Current Exhibitions

Maps, Borders and Mobility in Africa
Maps, Borders and Mobility in Africa reflects upon the Berlin Conference, a critical event in African history
"The Peacock Skirt", Plate V from "Salome" by Oscar Wilde (English, 1854-1900) Aubrey Vincent Beardsley (English, 1872 –1898) Lithograph printed on wove paper London, England 1894 Gift of Sir William C.C Van Horne 946x97.7.5
Explore a pivotal period of innovation and experimentation.
Portrait of Charles Trick Currelly as a young man.
The ROM's first Director of Archaeology.
Illustration of the new Dinosaur by Danielle Dufault.
A new dinosaur has been discovered--with a strange feature never seen before!
Luohan Figure (glazed earthenware), Lio - Jin Dynasty, China, 11th century
An exploration into some of the founding donors who helped build the ROM’s Asian Collections and foster our long standing relationship with cultural China.
 "A Nesperces Indian" by Paul Kane. 1849-1856. Nez Perce, Columbia and Snake rivers region.
Infrared Reflectography reveals the initial drawings and underpaintings of Kane's oil paintings.
Image: Jane Ash Poitras, Buffalo Seed. Mixed media, oil on canvas, 2004.
Four paintings explore colonialism and traditional knowledge of the therapeutic properties and spiritual significance of plants
Fish specimen on white background.
See some of the oldest and rarest specimens from the ROM's Ichthyology collection and celebrate a milestone with the cataloging of the ROM's 100,000th fish.
Black and white image of three women
This photo-based exhibition, featuring the work of contemporary artist Annu Palakunnathu Matthew, looks at the family photograph in a new way. 
Group shot of ROM staff at Yazdigird's Seraglio in Iran. ROM excavations at Yazdigird's Seraglio in Iran revealed that the ruins were once something different than others thought.
ROM Excavations in Iran 1975 – 1979 
Viva Mexico! Clothing and Culture
The vibrant costumes of Mexico explode with colour and bold Mexican style!
The Franklin Expedition: The Bell Tolls Again
Closes Summer 2015 Samuel Hall Currelly Gallery, Level 1