On Now & Coming Soon
A Moveable Feast: Paris in the 20’s
March 30 to April 14
Delve into a time of art, music, literature and sophisticated Bacchanalia with this Soulpepper production.
The Green Living Show
April 6 to 8
Visit the largest consumer show devoted to simple solutions for leading a healthy and sustainable lifestyle.
Hot Docs International Documentary Festival
April 26 to May 6
North America’s largest documentary film festival presents cutting-edge docs from Canada and around the globe.
Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival
April 27 to May 31
The largest photography event in the world covers the city for the month of May.
Galleries & Museums
Art Gallery of Ontario
Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors
March 3 to May 27
This groundbreaking artist’s exhibition sells out fast wherever it goes, and as a first for the AGO and Toronto it is bound to be popular. Explore time and space through Kusama’s immersive infinity rooms, mesmerizing paintings and playful sculptures. Don’t miss Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors.
Royal Ontario Museum
VIKINGS: The Exhibition
Until April 2
An extraordinary window into the lifestyle, religion and daily lives of these legendary explorers and artisans, VIKINGS: The Exhibition offers a fresh look into the Viking Age.
Until April 8
Celebrating the House of Dior’s 70th anniversary, Christian Dior draws from the ROM’s extensive collection from the first ten years of haute couture from 1947 to 1957. The French fashion designer redefined fashion in the post–World War II era and introduced iconic looks that resonate to this day.
Aga Khan Museum
The World of the Fatimids
March 10 to July 2
For the first time in North America a collection of masterpieces from this ancient and influential dynasty are on display. Monumental marble reliefs from the Museum of Islamic Art in Cairo and luxury objects and metalware tell the story one of the greatest civilizations in the world. See The World of the Fatimids.
Yoko Ono: The Riverbed
February 22 to June 3
First mounted in New York City, The Riverbed is a 3-part installation by this forerunner of conceptual art and invites visitors to participate in the artwork through everyday action and contemplation.