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Angell Gallery


Angell was one of the first galleries on West Queen West, which makes the flamboyant proprietor, Jamie Angell, something of an elder statesman on the...

890 Queen Street W

Archive Gallery


The Archive Gallery has a large exhibit space, but the main attraction is a sizeable computer database of artists, mostly from Toronto and Montreal. Clients...

56 Berkely Street

Art Gallery of Ontario

Critics' choice
Art, Museums

The AGO is staying open despite the fact that it's having its insides ripped out and transformed in a Frank Gehry-designed makeover. Specific galleries and...

317 Dundas Street W
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Art Metropole


This gallery and art bookstore was created in 1974 by the celebrated General Idea collective. There is usually an installation with a conceptual bent here...

2nd Floor

Artcore/Fabrice Marcolini

Critics' choice

Artcore/Fabrice Marcolini is one of a handful of galleries in the city with an international scope, showing both Canadian artists such as Medrie MacPhee,...

Building 62

Beckett Fine Art


This gallery keeps a fresh perspective on contemporary art, showing works by local painter and sculptor John Coburn and First Nations' artists David General...

120 Scollard Street

Birch Libralato Gallery


Installed in a garage space just south of Queen Street West, Robert Birch has brought together an excellent band of mostly local artists - Lee Goreas, Eric...

129 Tecumseth Street

Christopher Cutts Gallery


This immaculate establishment is worth the time it will take you to find it. It's located off the beaten track in a small complex of West End galleries that...

21 Morrow Avenue

Clint Roenisch Gallery


Clint Roenisch was a curator before becoming a dealer, so his exhibitions always feature interesting groupings. You might find delicate,...

944 Queen Street W

Corkin Gallery


This large converted industrial space in the Distillery District has five exhibit halls. This allows Jane Corkin to programme simultaneous exhibits by...

Building 61

Ecotecture Canada


This gallery is a little off the beaten path both in location and content. Its mandate is to show artists who explore environmental or ecological themes....

1139 College Street

Edward Day Gallery


Edward Day used to be ensconced in the blue-chip Yorkville district. But when the gallery moved to Queen West it doubled its floor space and widened its...

952 Queen Street W

Gardiner Museum of Ceramic Art

Critics' choice
Art, Museums

The first specialist museum of ceramic art in North America. Following a $15-million revamp, the Gardiner now boasts three new galleries, a glass-covered...

111 Queen's Park

Gibsone Jessop Gallery


Devoted solely to international artists who have not shown before in Canada, Gibsone Jessop displays a keen eye for trend-spotting in painting, mixed media...

Building 4

Goodwater Gallery


This conceptual-art gallery has been eliciting curious looks from passers-by since 2001. And it's bound to create more of a stir in its new storefront...

234 Queen Street E
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