196 Davenport Rd., TorontoEstablished in 1969, this large exhibition space specializes in 18th- and 19th-century European paintings as well as works by modern
Art Galleries & Museums
17 Morrow Ave., TorontoEstablished in 1973, the gallery features contemporary Canadian and international art. Tue.-Sat.
100 McCaul St., Toronto
990 Queen St. W., TorontoQueen West exhibition space showcases the works of some of the province’s best craftspeople.
1485 Dupont St., TorontoEmerging and mid-career artists exhibit innovative and provocative works at this west-end gallery. Roster features Penelope Umbrico, Robert Waters, Meghan
254 Niagara St., TorontoCanadian and international contemporary art at this gallery just south of the Queen Street West gallery district. Tue.-Sat.
1150 Queen St. E., TorontoQueen street east gallery displays fine contemporary art works by a diverse selection of artists, including Joshua Jensen-Nagle, Lisa Petrocco
980 Queen St. W., TorontoAn established gallery for contemporary art that is also one of Toronto’s leading dealers of works on paper. Wed.-Sat.
1016 Eglinton Ave. W., TorontoA leading gallery that integrates fine art and contemporary craft with works by more than 400 Canadian and American artisans.
22 Gristmill Lane, TorontoThis beautiful, lofty space in the art-happy Distillery District features ongoing photography exhibits as well as collaborative shows with international
401 Richmond St. W., Suite 124, TorontoA visual and audio gallery from the publishers of Prefix Photo, a photography-based magazine. Wed.-Sat.
984 Queen St. W., TorontoA non-profit visual arts collective, the gallery specializes in contemporary art by emerging and established artists. Wed.-Sun.
317 Grace St., TorontoThis Little Italy gallery exhibits works by emerging and established Canadian artists ranging from paintings, textiles and photography to printmaking
401 Richmond St., ste. 115, TorontoCutting-edge contemporary exhibition space featuring works in all media. Wed.-Sat.
72 Queen St., OshawaStunning 42,000-square-foot space in which to view the permanent collection of works by historical and contemporary Canadian artists. Open daily.
641 Yonge St., TorontoThe oldest fine art gallery in Canada (established in 1842) features the works of prominent contemporary Canadian artists, as well
100 Queen's Park, TorontoToronto’s largest museum features exhibits on art, social history, archaeology, natural history and more. The striking Michael Lee-Chin Crystal addition,
1214 Queen St. W., TorontoStudent- and faculty-run gallery for the school of image arts at Ryerson University. Primarily displays photography, and works in video
33 Gould St., TorontoGallery and research space is an extension of Ryerson University’s renowned image arts program. Features special exhibitions and houses the
100 Sunrise Ave., TorontoLarge gallery focuses on glass artists who employ all manner of techniques to create stunning contemporary pieces. Tue.-Sat.