401 Richmond St. W., TorontoAn artist-run collective that shows contemporary works in all media. Established in 1971, the gallery is a top venue for
Art Galleries & Museums
77 Wynford Dr., TorontoDesigned by award-winning architect Fumihiko Maki, this modern, light-filled building presents the artistic, intellectual and scientific heritage of Islamic civilizations
1186 Queen St. W. , TorontoGallery situated between Queen Street West’s Drake and Gladstone Hotels displays works by emerging and mid-career artists from Toronto and
134 Osler St., TorontoGallery space from interior designer Milne features a number of Toronto-based and international artists working in varied media—from abstract painting
161 Cumberland St., TorontoGallery specializing in hand made Venetian glass and sterling silver. Exhibits traditional and contemporary works by internationally-renowned glass artists and
1444 Dupont St., TorontoThe focus is on emerging and mid-career artists—many of whom are Toronto-based—at this contemporary fine-art gallery. Represents the work of
Mississauga Civic Centre, 300 City Centre Dr., MississaugaContemporary Canadian art, including many works by Mississauga-based artists. Open daily.
317 Dundas St. W., TorontoOne of North America’s most distinguished public art museums, designed by architect Frank Gehry. The huge collection spans more than
4700 Keele St., TorontoUniversity-affiliated public gallery offering a space for experimental and contemporary Canadian and international artists. Sun.-Fri.
446 Spadina Rd., TorontoEstablished in 1993 by owners Lisa Diamond Katz and Shira Wood, this gallery represents more than 200 emerging—predominantly Canadian—artists and
1490 Dundas St. W., TorontoConceptual artworks by Canadian and international artists working in alternative media. Collection extends from the ’60s to contemporary pieces. Also
255 Front St. W., TorontoAlso known as the Toronto International Art Fair, this premier event brings together more than 100 galleries from around the
55 Mill St., TorontoView contemporary works by Canadian and international artists. Services include art consultation, reproductions, illustrations and international handling of purchases. Tue.-Sun.
165 King St. E., TorontoFor the past 15 years this gallery has offered a unique and eclectic selection of Canadian fine- and folk-art paintings,
120 Portland St., TorontoBoasts a large selection of unique hand-carved Inuit art sculptures from the Cape Dorset community on Baffin Island. Tue.-Sun.
1069 Bathurst St., Toronto
327 Bloor St. W., TorontoThe collection has footwear dating back 4,500 years. Exhibitions look at the evolution of shoes through the ages—as fashion statements,
340 Dundas St. W., TorontoSince 1976, this two-level gallery has showcased contemporary Canadian art by established and emerging artists. Open daily.
324 Dundas St. W., TorontoThis 2,400-square foot sister space of well-established Bau-Xi Gallery is dedicated the photographic arts. Roster of Canadian and international image-makers
156 Front St. W., TorontoSpecializes in works from the Pacific Northwest coast, Inuit and First Nations artists. Totem poles, masks, sculptures, prints, jewellery and