From established institutions to new ventures, these ten Toronto galleries push the boundaries of contemporary art and spark critical dialogue through the diverse range of artworks on show. Toronto’s galleries represent the best of contemporary art from local and international artists, exhibiting a range of art media and styles. Their dedication to inventive curation and support of Canadian artists are just part of the reason each of the following galleries stand out as the top arts destinations in Toronto.
Clint Roenisch gallery opened its doors in 2003 adjacent to the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art (MOCCA) in downtown Toronto. The gallery represents a diverse selection of cross-generational artists working across photography, sculpture, painting, film and installation and over the years has built up an impressive roster of international artists. Clint Roenisch has been the location of premier solo exhibitions in Canada by several international artists, including Roger Ballen (Johannesburgh) Heather and Ivan Morrison (Wales) and Marcel van Eden (Zurich). The gallery has also exhibited works by renowned artists such as Richard Serra, Louise Bourgeois and Nan Goldin. Many of the artists hosted at Clint Roenisch Gallery have exhibited at or been collected by prestigious institutions such as MoMA, the Centre Georges Pompidou, and the National Gallery of Canada.
Clint Roenisch, 190 Saint Helen’s Ave, Toronto, ON, M6H 4A2, Canada, +1 416-516-8593