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Vendors › Toronto › Art Galleries & Museums

Art Galleries & Museums

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Varley Art Gallery Of Markham

216 Main St., Unionville

Historical and contemporary art with a focus on the work of Frederick H. Varley, a member of the Canadian artist

Walnut Contemporary

201 Niagara St., Toronto

Forward-thinking gallery in a hip neighbourhood represents a select group of artists who’re innovating in a variety of media. Wed.-Sat. 

Warc Gallery

401 Richmond St. W., ste. 122, Toronto

Gallery space of the Women’s Art Resource Centre presents exhibitions in a variety of media by Canadian and international artists.

Williams Mill Visual Art Centre


A complex of historic mill buildings that are working studios for more than 30 artists. Shops and galleries offer original

World Press Photo

Brookfield Place, 181 Bay St., Toronto

Juried exhibition presents the best photojournalism covering events and issues that impacted the world over the course of the previous

Wynick/Tuck Gallery

401 Richmond St. W., Toronto

Established gallery specializing in contemporary Canadian art. Artists represented include senior Canadian painter Doris McCarthy. Tue.-Sat.


303 Lansdowne Ave., Toronto

OCAD 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., ste. 140, Toronto

Established in 1979, this gallery is a vibrant forum for the presentation of local, national and international contemporary art exhibitions

Zilberschmuck Art-Jewellery

1852 Queen St. E., Toronto

Artisan jewellery is paired with photography and paintings, all by Canadian artists. Visual art works are by emerging artists while
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