Art Exhibitions 2019

October 23, 2019Events

The Toronto Biennial of Art programming continues until Dec 1.

Until Nov. 2

Bambitchell’s Bugs and Beasts Before the Law: This is the last chance to see the Mercer Union exhibition before it closes next week. The unique film and installation features the work of Sharlene Bamboat and Alexis Mitchell, PIA is a funder.

Nov. 6, 6:30 p.m.

Art Activates: HOME is TORONTO

This PIA initiative brings together some of the city’s most creative minds for a panel discussion on Toronto and the challenges of housing.

Nov. 11, 7:00pm

Agnes Martin & Jean Paul Riopelle: Icons of the Twentieth Century: Public Art talk hosted by Art Canada Institute featuring Marc Mayer and Christopher Régimbal in conversation with Sara Angel.


Nov. 21, 7:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.

International Ceramic Art Fair Preview Gala: This year’s gala at the Gardiner will focus on outstanding Canadian women-identified artists who create and innovate with clay.

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Until Dec. 1

Toronto Biennial of Art: The inaugural event features over 90 artists and participants including: Althea Thauberger , Bárbara Wagner and Benjamin de BurcaCurtis Talwst SantiagoLuis Jacob and Isuma Productions. This project is funded by PIA.

Until Dec. 31

The Gender Conspiracy at the Art Gallery of Burlington: The exhibition features works by 18 leading LGBTQI2S artists who bear witness to the ongoing, urgent struggles of their communities in the face of violence and discrimination.

Until Jan. 5, 2020

Age of You at MOCA: Curated by Shumon Basar, Douglas Coupland and Hans Ulrich Obrist, this timely exhibition explores how the self has become more extreme, and what it means to be an individual today.

Until June 2024

Reube (V. Stepanova and M. Vionnet) by Beth Stuart: The Toronto-based artist has a new large-scale mural on the underside of the Dundas Street East bridge, where it runs along the Lower Don Recreational Trail.