Memberships Header

current and upComing

Exhibitions

current and upComing

Exhibitions

Main Gallery

Main Gallery

Noni Kaur

Noni Kaur | ANTIDOTE

Noni Kaur welcomes guests with an antidote of sweetness. She holds the viewer through a sensory experience by asking “how do we navigate these spaces?” Her work is a living piece formulated through a process of sensual expression and a rich fluidity of domestic rituals. As the work grows roots, patterns organically form while the artist straightens her spine to expand her reach. Embracing life, Kaur holds up a bright light for an opportunity to be present in a time of change.

Noni Kaur

Noni Kaur | ANTIDOTE

Noni Kaur welcomes guests with an antidote of sweetness. She holds the viewer through a sensory experience by asking “how do we navigate these spaces?” Her work is a living piece formulated through a process of sensual expression and a rich fluidity of domestic rituals. As the work grows roots, patterns organically form while the artist straightens her spine to expand her reach. Embracing life, Kaur holds up a bright light for an opportunity to be present in a time of change.

Freeman Gallery

Freeman Gallery

Freeman Gallery

Darkness does not belong in the shadows AGM

Paul Shilling (Dazaunggee) & Ted Fullerton | Darkness Does Not Belong in the Shadows

“Darkness Does Not Belong in the Shadows” is a conversation – “dialogue in image” between two artists, Paul Shilling (Dazaunggee) and Ted Fullerton. Both artists were open to hear the other, they were willing to ask hard questions in order to build a friendship through trust, respect, emotional support, and admiration. As they sat beneath the trees, side by side on a warm sunny day they agreed that “the painted conversation should also be said in words and in public no matter how difficult the social situation presents itself in life. “The final works are a visual dialogue of their risk, as well as a difficult conversation translated onto the canvas.

Darkness does not belong in the shadows AGM

Paul Shilling (Dazaunggee) & Ted Fullerton | Darkness Does Not Belong in the Shadows

“Darkness Does Not Belong in the Shadows” is a conversation – “dialogue in image” between two artists, Paul Shilling (Dazaunggee) and Ted Fullerton. Both artists were open to hear the other, they were willing to ask hard questions in order to build a friendship through trust, respect, emotional support, and admiration. As they sat beneath the trees, side by side on a warm sunny day they agreed that “the painted conversation should also be said in words and in public no matter how difficult the social situation presents itself in life. “The final works are a visual dialogue of their risk, as well as a difficult conversation translated onto the canvas.

Juried Show

Juried Exhibition

XIT – RM

From the Permanent Collection

Indigenous Group of Seven – A Series

Featured Artist

Norval Morrisseau Art

Norval Morrisseau | The Artist With Old Friends

Type: Painting
Date: 1988
Medium: Acrylic
Support: Canvas

Description

The Artist With Old Friends is an iconic work that is a fine example of Norval Morrisseau’s bold, simplified painting style. Morrisseau frequently referenced his Aboriginal heritage, and the bright colours in this piece are characteristic of his later period.

XIT – RM

From the Permanent Collection

Indigenous Group of Seven – A Series

Featured Artist

Norval Morrisseau Art

Norval Morrisseau | The Artist With Old Friends

Type: Painting
Date: 1988
Medium: Acrylic
Support: Canvas

Description

The Artist With Old Friends is an iconic work that is a fine example of Norval Morrisseau’s bold, simplified painting style. Morrisseau frequently referenced his Aboriginal heritage, and the bright colours in this piece are characteristic of his later period.

Plan Your Visit

Location

The AGM is located on the ground floor of the Civic Centre building right on Celebration Square, and across the street from Square One Mall and the Living Arts Centre. Closest to South East Entrance.

Plan Your Visit

Location

The AGM is located on the ground floor of the Civic Centre building right on Celebration Square, and across the street from Square One Mall and the Living Arts Centre. Closest to South East Entrance.

Address

300 City Centre Drive
Mississauga, ON L5B 3C1
(905) 896-5088

Admission

Free Admission | Donations Appreciated

CHARITABLE ORGANIZATION

Charitable #11904 3586 RR 0001

Logos footer AGM

Gallery Hours

Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday: 10am – 5pm
Thursdays: 10am - 8pm
Saturday & Sunday: 12pm – 4pm
Monday & Holidays: Closed

Follow

Be In the Know...

Want to be in the know? Sign up to get AGM news right to your inbox

Subscribe for AGM Updates & Newsletter

The Art Gallery of Mississauga is a guest upon the Treaty Lands and Territory of the Mississaugas of the Credit. This ancient land is part of the Treaty Lands and Territory of the Mississaugas of the Credit and the traditional homelands of the Anishinaabe, Wendat, and Haudenosaunee nations.