Until Sept. 26, 2020
Talisman: Magickal Objects for Revolution at Patel Brown Projects: Curated by Rajni Perera this group exhibition features works by Saks Afridi, Oreka James, Merritt Johnson, Oluseye, Soull Ogun. The exhibition highlights works that explore the recent revival of occultism, and consider whether or not objects have the power to change the world around it.
Until Oct. 4, 2020
A Sudden Beginning by Carlos Bunga at MOCA Toronto: For this PIA-sponsored project, and the artist’s first exhibition in Canada, Bunga constructed two major site-responsive works for MOCA, now extended until Fall 2020.
Until Oct. 17, 2020
Patrick Howlett at Susan Hobbs Gallery: texting the humours presents work rooted in esoteric abstraction, the diagram, and self-improvement guides. This varied group of new works continues the artist’s practice of finding metaphors that connect procedure, object, and ideas.
Until Nov. 30, 2020
A Matter of Taste (Virtual Exhibition) at the Koffler Gallery: A Matter of Taste is a digital exhibition that uses food, and the cultures that surround it, to examine our relationships to one another, society and the world at large.
Until Nov. 8, 2020
Diane Arbus: Photographs, 1956–1971 at the AGO: Featuring 150 photographs, the striking black and white photographs of legendary American photographer Diane Arbus (1923–1971) revolutionized portraiture, through their range of subjects and their style.