and running through Jan. 2, AGO Bistro presents pre-fixe brunch menus for children and adults. For more details, including hours of operations and menus, visit ago.ca/dine/ago-bistro.
shopAGO invites you to take home something blue this holiday season! From AGO and DelMonico Books comes the lavishly illustrated 244 page hardcover exhibition catalogue Picasso: Painting the Blue Period, edited by Kenneth Brummel and Susan Behrends Frank. A selection of Picasso prints, postcards, books and gifts are also available. Shop online or explore in person. shopAGO will remain open on Christmas Eve, Friday, Dec. 24 for last minute gifting from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Proof of vaccination and ID required for all visitors 12 and up.
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ABOUT THE AGO
Located in Toronto, the Art Gallery of Ontario is one of the largest art museums in North America, attracting approximately one million visitors annually. The AGO Collection of more than 120,000 works of art ranges from cutting-edge contemporary art to significant works by Indigenous and Canadian artists and European masterpieces. The AGO presents wide-ranging exhibitions and programs, including solo exhibitions and acquisitions by diverse and underrepresented artists from around the world. In 2019, the AGO launched a bold new initiative designed to make the museum even more welcoming and accessible with the introduction of free admission for anyone 25 years and under and a $35 annual pass. Visit AGO.ca to learn more.
The AGO is funded in part by the Ontario Ministry of Heritage, Sport, Tourism and Culture Industries. Additional operating support is received from the City of Toronto, the Canada Council for the Arts and generous contributions from AGO Members, donors and private-sector partners.