Until Dec. 31, 2019
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.
Jan. 22 – 26
Art, Architecture, Design Film Festival at Hot Docs: AADFF aims to promote art, architecture, design, landscaping, urban and environmental planning, and engineering through selected film presentations.
Until Mar. 21
Liquid Language by Hannah Perry at Arsenal Contemporary Toronto: The first exhibition in Toronto by London, U.K. artist Hannah Perry incorporates video, sound, performance, and wall-mounted works.
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.