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Canadian Content: Portraits by Nigel Dickson

Nigel Dickson is an international award-winning photographer whose work has been published over the past thirty years in numerous magazines, from Saturday Night to Esquire, Fortune, Newsweek and Rolling Stone. Presented by the Institute for Contemporary Culture, Canadian Content: Portraits by Nigel

Vanity Fair Portraits: Photographs 1913-2008

Vanity Fair Portraits brings together a star-studded array of almost 150 iconic photographs from both its vintage period and modern periods. The exhibition is divided into two parts, 1913-36, the magazine’s early period, and 1983 to the present. This glamorous photographic history of portraiture

Fakes and Forgeries: Yesterday and Today

Learn to spot the differences between fakes and real artifacts that run the gamut from Natural History and World Cultures, to modern designer brands in this fascinating, interactive exhibition. Visitors of all ages are invited to guess which Museum artifacts are real and which are clever fakes.

Cut/Paste: Creative Reuse in Canadian Design

In this unique new exhibition, creative agency Motherbrand explores the idea of creative reuse, recycling and upscaling in Canadian design. Reaching back to indigenous design and the improvised solutions of early pioneers, through to recent work from designers Tobias Wong, Douglas Coupland and

House Calls with my Camera

  Toronto physician Dr. Mark Nowaczynski captures the lives of his patients in a poignant series of photo essays.  House Calls with my Camera  focuses on four at-risk individuals, providing insight not only into seniors' quality of life and the subjects' personal stories, but an

From the Soul: Caribana Art Exhibit

  On display during and after the Scotiabank Caribana Festival, the exhibition represents the largest single juried display of works of art by African Canadian artists. More than 160 works on canvas, several Caribana parade costumes, three dimensional bronze sculptures and award-winning ceramic

Soft Rains #6: Suburban Horror (Part 1)

  A tiny diorama, created by artists Jennifer and Kevin McCoy, presents an unsettling suburban scene for visitors to explore. Conceived as a miniature film set inspired by David Lynch's Blue Velvet (1986), one of Toronto International Film Festival's (TIFF) Essential 100 Films, live

El Anatsui: When I Last Wrote to You About Africa

  The Institute for Contemporary Culture at the ROM hosts the world premiere of  El Anatsui: When I Last Wrote to You about Africa, an extraordinary opportunity to see a new selection of work, spanning the entire career of this internationally renowned artist. The exhibition includes over 60

Edward Burtynsky: Oil

  The ROM's Institute for Contemporary Culture is pleased to host an examination of one of the most important subjects of our time, by one of the most respected and recognized contemporary photographers in the World. Edward Burtynsky: Oil  features fifty-three beautiful and provocative

Bollywood Cinema Showcards: Indian Film Art from the 1950s to the 1980s

  A stunning array of vintage Bollywood cinema showcards and other forms of film advertising has been assembled for the first time in Canada. Using a combination of photo collage and hand painting, local artisans used their imagination to create dynamic interpretations of scenes from Bollywood