Want to know what’s happening in the world of art and culture? We’ve gathered some of the most interesting art news stories making the rounds at the AGO. From the strange to the inspired, here’s what’s fuelling our watercooler chatter.
One person’s trash is another’s treasure. Find out why Montreal-based artist Kelly Jazvac makes sculptures out of scrap plastic.
Go beyond the runway with the founder of Indigenous Fashion Week Toronto as we look forward to celebrating Inuit art in the exhibition Tunirrusiangit: Kenojuak Ashevak and Tim Pitisiulak, opening this week at the AGO.
Read about how some contemporary artists are turning the spotlight on gender identity and fluidity.
Are bacteria beautiful? Artist Rogan Brown thinks so, and we’re inclined to agree.
The longtime owner of a widely-loved photo booth in Melbourne explores his love of film photography.
Cryptocurrency meets conceptual body art in this artist’s wild new series of works.
Charles White, an artist and activist central to the Chicago Black Renaissance, gets a long overdue retrospective from the Art Institute of Chicago and MOMA.
A glass museum sets sail for a four-month journey on the Hudson River on its very own GlassBarge.
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