Ryerson Image Centre
This photography-focused gallery on the Ryerson University campus combines a research centre along with a permanent collection and regular exhibitions. By preserving the greats and showcasing the new, the gallery has gained a reputation as an agenda-setting art space. The permanent collection features: Eugène Atget and Dorothea Lange, prominent early documentary photographers from the 19th and 20th centuries; industrial landscape photographer, Edward Burtynsky; and Ruth Kaplan, a photographer famed for her series on hot springs across the world. Those who wish to learn more about Canadian photography via the Ryerson Image Centre can go on a free guided tour, which takes place every day at 2:30pm. Admission for all ages is completely free.