Art/TO Returns In-Person Oct. 29th – Oct. 31st, 2021
It was the return of Art Toronto, featuring both in-person and online venues of over 60 galleries, focusing on contemporary art, international galleries, historic works, and art from our modern times.
To ensure a safe and enjoyable experience for all, the show had some notable changes this year, including a new design with wider aisles and more open space to enjoy site-specific installations. The fair’s Platform series of panel discussions took place exclusively online this year, allowing guests to enjoy them at their leisure to check out the fair’s Platform program of talks online and VR exhibitions.
Patrons who arrived in-person had the chance to explore the /edition art book fair at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre and visit participating galleries across Toronto.
We look forward to Art/TO next year, while the opening night benefit for the AGO has been postponed to 2022.
We would like to thank Deanne Moser –DMPUBLIC for the invitation.
ArtTO 2021 Exhibitor List
Onsite and Online Galleries Aperture (New York), Afternoon Projects (Vancouver), Art Mûr (Montreal), Bau-Xi Gallery (Toronto), Blouin Division (Montreal), Bradley Ertaskiran (Montreal), Canadian Fine Arts (Toronto), Caviar20 (Toronto), Central Art Garage (Ottawa), Ceremonial/Art (Vancouver), Christina Parker Gallery (St. John’s), Clint Roenisch (Toronto), Corkin Gallery (Toronto), Daniel Faria Gallery (Toronto), Dianna Witte Gallery (Toronto), DURAN | MASHAAL (Montreal), ELLEPHANT (Montreal), Equinox Gallery (Vancouver), Fazakas Gallery (Vancouver), Feheley Fine Arts (Toronto), Fogo Island Workshops (Fogo Island), Galerie 3 (Quebec City), Galerie.a (Quebec City), Galerie Hugues Charbonneau (Montreal), Galerie Laroche/Joncas (Montreal), Galerie Le Royer (Montreal/Toronto), Galerie Nicolas Robert (Montreal, Toronto), Galerie Raphael (Frankfurt), Galerie Robertson Arès (Montreal), Galerie Simon Blais (Montreal), Gallery Jones (Vancouver), Galerie Youn (Montreal), GALLERY ROTHER (Germany), Jonathan Cooper (United Kingdom), K Art Gallery (Buffalo, NY), Macaulay & Co. Fine Art (Vancouver), Marion Scott Gallery (Vancouver), Mayten’s Projects (Toronto), McMichael Canadian Art Collection (Kleinburg), McBride Contemporary (Montréal), Miriam Shiell Fine Art (Toronto), MKG127 (Toronto), Monica Reyes Gallery (Vancouver), National Gallery of Canada (Ottawa), Norberg Hall (Calgary), Olga Korper Gallery (Toronto), Patel Brown (Toronto), Paul Petro Contemporary Art (Toronto), Peter Robertson Gallery (Edmonton), Pierre-François Ouellette art contemporain (Montreal), Portfolio Prize- 85/8 Visual Arts Foundation (Vancouver), Projet Pangée (Montreal), Rebecca Hossack Art Gallery (United Kingdom), Nikola Rukaj Gallery (Toronto), SANDRA AINSLEY GALLERY (Toronto), Slate Fine Art Gallery (Regina), Studio 21 Fine Art (Halifax), Sunzen Gallery (Vancouver), Taglialatella Galleries Toronto (Toronto, New York City, Palm Beach, Paris), The Blue Building (Halifax), The Plumb (Toronto), Towards (Toronto), TrépanierBaer Gallery (Calgary), Unit 17 (Vancouver), Online and In-Gallery Exhibitors Alison Milne Gallery (Toronto), Canada Council Art Bank (Ottawa), Christie Contemporary (Toronto), Franz Kaka (Toronto), Galerie C.O.A (Montreal), GALERIE ISABELLE LESMEISTER (Regensburg, Germany), General Hardware (Toronto), Han Art (Westmount), Howard495 (Vancouver), Jill George Gallery (London), Masters Gallery (Calgary), Mayberry Fine Art (Toronto), Oeno Gallery (Bloomfield), Roberts Gallery (Toronto), Rumi Galleries (Oakville), Simon Bentley Fine Art (Toronto), Stephen Bulger Gallery (Toronto), TAP Art Space (Toronto), United Contemporary (Toronto), University of the Arts London (London), Vellum Projects (Brooklyn), VIVIANEART (Calgary), Zalucky Contemporary (Toronto).