1852 Queen St. E., TorontoArtisan jewellery is paired with photography and paintings, all by Canadian artists. Visual art works are by emerging artists while
Art Galleries & Museums
401 Richmond St. W., ste. 140, TorontoEstablished in 1979, this gallery is a vibrant forum for the presentation of local, national and international contemporary art exhibitions
303 Lansdowne Ave., TorontoOCAD University–affiliated gallery (it’s funded by the school’s student union and programmed by alumni) displays the works of multi-disciplinary emerging
401 Richmond St. W., TorontoEstablished gallery specializing in contemporary Canadian art. Artists represented include senior Canadian painter Doris McCarthy. Tue.-Sat.
Brookfield Place, 181 Bay St., TorontoJuried exhibition presents the best photojournalism covering events and issues that impacted the world over the course of the previous
MississaugaA complex of historic mill buildings that are working studios for more than 30 artists. Shops and galleries offer original
401 Richmond St. W., ste. 122, TorontoGallery space of the Women’s Art Resource Centre presents exhibitions in a variety of media by Canadian and international artists.
201 Niagara St., TorontoForward-thinking gallery in a hip neighbourhood represents a select group of artists who’re innovating in a variety of media. Wed.-Sat.
216 Main St., UnionvilleHistorical and contemporary art with a focus on the work of Frederick H. Varley, a member of the Canadian artist
15 King's College Circle, TorontoThe centre comprises three collections that span Eastern and Western medieval pieces, historical and contemporary Canadian art, including the Group
115 King St. E., TorontoIn a small passageway between Front and King streets, a patch of green is devoted to contemporary sculpture by Canadian
789 Yonge St., TorontoQuiet gallery space at one of Toronto’s largest public libraries. Exhibitions typically highlight art and artifacts linked to cultural history
80 Spadina Ave., TorontoWith hardwood floors and 86 feet of wall space, this gallery at one of the city’s top photography centres displays
Distillery Historic District, 55 Mill St., TorontoSpread across two gorgeously restored buildings in the Distillery Historic District, this gallery specializes in contemporary Quebec artists and sculptors
231 Queens Quay W., TorontoAn established non-collecting waterfront gallery that features contemporary works in diverse media from sculpture, installation and painting, to film and
1424 Yonge St., TorontoEvery conceivable paper product is here, including beautiful and patterned stationary, cards, journals and address books. Party supplies like wrapping
124 Cumberland St., TorontoEvery conceivable paper product is here, including beautiful and patterned stationary, cards, journals and address books. Party supplies like wrapping
887 Queen St. W., TorontoAn excellent selection of fine handmade and machine-made Japanese and international papers, including traditional and contemporary sheets, origami papers, plus
St. Lawrence Market, 95 Front St. E., 2nd floor, TorontoLocated in the famed St. Lawrence Market, the gallery features paintings, photographs and artifacts that illustrate aspects of Toronto’s history.
131 Bloor St. W., ste. 213, TorontoThis institute, which also houses a library and holds special events, mounts art exhibits as part of its mandate to