Why the Jeff Koons and Louis Vuitton collaboration is one for the books
Exhibit Spotlight: Georgia O’Keeffe
The featured works are: Leonardo da Vinci’s Monalisa (La Joconde); Titian’s Mars, Venus and Cupid; Rubens’ Tiger, Lion and Leopard Hunt; Jean-Honoré Fragonard’s Young Girl Playing with Her Dog (La Gimblette); and Van Gogh’s Wheat Field with Cypresses.
Ask An Expert: So You Want to Be An Art Collector?
This stunning retrospective spans six decades and features over 80 works, showcasing O’Keeffe’s early charcoal works; watercolours; photography; and her diverse landscape paintings.
Why photography is the perfect place to start your own personal collection
Why photography is the perfect place to start your own personal collection. Why photography is the perfect place to start your own personal collection.
Exhibit Spotlight: Revolution
The invention of photography in 1839 is an incredibly important moment in history. It allowed individuals the ability to document life for the first time, as opposed to interpreting it.
Where to Buy Art Online: From Christie's to Paddle8
Blockbuster Revolution comes to the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts from June 17 to October 9, 2017.
Saying Goodbye to the Tragically Hip
Top Recommended Online Art Buying Platforms.
Why Art Toronto is worth the visit: A young collector’s perspective
Lessons in life and legacy from the band that showed us who we are as Canadians (and human beings.)
Ask an Expert: How to Buy Art (That You’ll Actually Care About)
To share the ‘Art Toronto’ experience from a young collector's point-of-view, we talked to local collector Geoff Plant-Richmond.
Buying art doesn't have to be the confusing, intimidating process that it often in. Our resident expert weighs in.