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A view of Granovsky Gluskin Hall, featuring 'Expo Walking Woman' by Michael Snow, 1967 © Michael Snow, 2017
Photo: Dean Tomlinson © 2017 Art Gallery of Ontario

Art Gallery of Ontario

The AGO brings people together with art to see, experience and understand the world in new ways. That mission takes on a whole new dimension this year as we launch Look:Forward, an exciting reinstallation of the AGO Collection galleries.

Explore galleries of the AGO’s Modern Art, Photography and European Art collections, all open for free for Nuit Blanche Toronto.

Look:Forward aims to build on the momentum started with the Transformation AGO project in 2008 by adding great art to all public spaces, ensuring that our best artwork is on display and celebrating a legacy of donor generosity. Led by the vision of the AGO’s curators, the project is guided by three values: to celebrate exceptional art by presenting the very best of our Collection; to inspire meaningful and engaging experiences for our visitors; and to be relevant to our changing audiences by reflecting and strengthening the vibrancy and possibility of Toronto.

Each curator is paying special attention to artists who have been underrepresented and deserve recognition. We hope to challenge the status quo by aspiring to reflect varied voices that broaden our understanding of the world.




Century of Revolutions Taking to the Streets Life on Neebahgeezis Calculating the Unforeseen Independent Projects Major Institutions Event Centre

Art Gallery of Ontario

317 Dundas Street West (First Floor Galleries)

Suitable for all ages


Last entry: 6:45 am

This project is indoors.