ART GALLERY OF ONTARIO
317 Dundas Street West, Toronto, ON M5T 1G4 Directions
Art Gallery of Ontario is one of the biggest museums in Toronto, ON, where people and art come together. The gallery has 45,000 sqm of physical space, which makes it one of the biggest galleries. Their collection of photos is a significant part of the set and an extensive collection of drawings and prints. The museum features many important sculptures, such as in the Henry Moore Sculpture Park. It reflects many art styles, such as historical artifacts, miniatures, paintings, books and medieval illuminations, film and video art, and more. Their collection features immersive installation, painting, sculpture, paper works, photography, music, video, and sound. Gain full access to the AGO Collection and all special events with an AGO membership or an annual pass of $35, visitors under 25 are eligible.
Canadian Art, Renaissance and the Baroque Eras, European Art, African and Oceanic Art, Modern and Contemporary Collection, Thomson Collection, David Milne, Image Licensing, Provenance Research Project, Malcolmson, A Collection of Holocaust Photographs, Deaccessioning Policy & Artefacts
License #11879 0401
Price: Annual Pass for $35
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THE POWER PLANT
231 Queens Quay West, Toronto, ON M5J 2G8 Directions
The Power Plant is the most extensive public gallery in Canada dedicated solely to presenting modern art, artists and ideas through ground-breaking exhibitions, award-winning publications & public programs. The art gallery represented a broad network of community partners and recognized National, a charitable organization sponsored at all levels of government by its members, supporters, donors and supporting agencies. This should be widely recognized as an institution that has become vital to Toronto, Ontario and Canada 's cultural infrastructure. The gallery cooperates with artists regularly to create unique curated artwork and merchandise. They accept gratefully the substantial donations they earn from public organizations, private individuals and companies.
Thomson Collection, Collections in Focus, Special Exhibitions, Ago Collections, Artist-in-Residence & Community Gallery
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MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART
158 Sterling Road, Toronto, ON M6R 2B2 Directions
Museum of Contemporary Art is one of the best contemporary art galleries in Toronto. The museum is driven by their conviction that museums can be useful in a cultural and social context. They promote outstanding creative thought and provide a forum for dialogue and imagination within the culture. MOCA exhibited the work of more than 1,100 Canadian and other foreign artists, held more than 200 exhibits and received 40,000 visitors each year. Museum of Contemporary Art offers three free adult tickets for chaperones for school guided visit & studio activity. The museum has also presented exhibitions and projects in the United States, China, Taiwan, France, Germany, Italy and Spain.
David Milne, Malcolmson, A Collection of Holocaust Photographs & Thomas Collection
Leading Culture Destination "New Culture Destination - North American 2018" award
Price: School Guided Visit: $60