Art Toronto

Art Toronto 2019 Exhibitor List

This fall, art lovers and collectors will return to downtown Toronto for Canada’s international fair of modern and contemporary art. Now in it’s 20th year, the fair showcases over 100 exhibitors from 8 countries, presenting a wide range of artworks including installations from cutting-edge emerging artists to museum-worthy paintings by some of Canada’s most celebrated artists, Art Toronto is the place to learn, celebrate and collect art in Canada. 

In this milestone year, Art Toronto would like to acknowledge the fair's longstanding exhibitors, including the following six galleries that have participated every year since the fair’s inception in 2000: Christopher Cutts Gallery (Toronto), Corkin Gallery (Toronto), Feheley Fine Arts (Toronto), Michael Gibson Gallery (London), Miriam Shiell Fine Art (Toronto), and Odon Wagner Gallery (Toronto). The dedication and quality of work shown by these galleries enabled Art Toronto to position itself as a platform that defines Canada’s place within the global art conversation.

Premier modern and contemporary galleries from Canada, the United States, Argentina, United Kingdom, Germany, Belgium, and Mexico.

Angell Gallery (Toronto)
Art Mûr (Berlin, Montreal)
Bau-Xi Gallery & Bau-Xi Photo (Toronto)★
Galerie de Bellefeuille Inc. (Montreal, Toronto)
Galeries Roger Bellemare et Christian Lambert (Montreal)
Galerie Jean-Claude Bergeron (Ottawa)
Birch Contemporary (Toronto)
Galerie Simon Blais (Montreal)
Galerie René Blouin (Montreal)
Caviar20 (Toronto)
Galerie Hugues Charbonneau (Montreal)
Monte Clark Gallery (Vancouver)★
Jonathan Cooper (London)
Corkin Gallery (Toronto)★
Christopher Cutts Gallery (Toronto)★
Galerie D'Este (Montreal)
Galerie Division (Montreal, Toronto)
Susan Eley Fine Art (New York)
ELLEPHANT (Montreal)
Equinox Gallery (Vancouver)
Galerie Antoine Ertaskiran (Montreal)
Daniel Faria Gallery (Toronto)
Feheley Fine Arts (Toronto)★
Galerie 3 (Quebec City)
General Hardware Contemporary (Toronto)
Jill George Gallery (London)★
Michael Gibson Gallery (London)★
Han Art (Montreal)★
Susan Hobbs Gallery (Toronto)
Rebecca Hossack Art Gallery (London, New York)
renann isaacs contemporary art (Guelph)
Catriona Jeffries (Vancouver)
Gallery Jones (Vancouver)
Olga Korper Gallery (Toronto)★
Galerie Claude Lafitte (Montreal)★
Galerie Laroche/Joncas (Montreal)
Masters Gallery (Calgary)
Todd Merrill Studio (New York)
Nicholas Metivier Gallery (Toronto)★
MKG127 (Toronto)
Oeno Gallery (Prince Edward County)
Pierre-François Ouellette art contemporain (Montreal)★
Alex Pairon Gallery (Knokke)
Parisian Laundry (Montreal)
Christina Parker Gallery (St. John's)★
Patel Gallery (Toronto)
Paul Petro Contemporary Art (Toronto)★
Gachi Prieto | Rubbers (Buenos Aires)
Galerie Raphael (Frankfurt)
Republic Gallery (Vancouver)
Galerie Nicolas Robert (Montreal)
Roberts Gallery (Toronto)★
Kinsman Robinson Galleries (Toronto) 
RoFa Projects (Potomac)
Nikola Rukaj Gallery (Toronto)★
Rumi Galleries (Oakville)
Georgia Scherman Projects (Toronto)
Marion Scott Gallery & Kardosh Contemporary (Vancouver)
Miriam Shiell Fine Art (Toronto)★
Slate Fine Art Gallery (Regina)
Studio 21 Fine Art (Halifax)
Patricia Sweetow Gallery (San Francisco)
Taglialatella Galleries Toronto (Toronto,  New York City, Palm Beach, Paris)
TrépanierBaer Gallery (Calgary)★
Unit 17 (Vancouver)
Odon Wagner Gallery (Toronto)★
Dianna Witte Gallery (Toronto)

★15+ years of participation at Art Toronto.

Galleries representing a highly-curated body of work by a single artist.

Wil Aballe Art Projects | WAAP (Vancouver): Lyse Lemieux
Stephen Bulger Gallery (Toronto): Rita Leistner
COOPER COLE (Toronto): Sister Co-Resister
Galerie D'Este (Montreal): Cynthia Dinan-Mitchell
Galerie Deux Poissons (Montreal): Barry Allikas
Equinox Gallery (Vancouver)& Pierre-François Ouellette art contemporain (Montreal): Adad Hannah
Macaulay & Co. Fine Art (Vancouver): Charlene Vickers
Alison Milne Gallery (Toronto):  Tina Berning
Clint Roenisch (Toronto): Sarah Cale
TrépanierBaer Gallery (Calgary): Kent Merriman Jr.
VIVIANEART (Calgary): Winnie Truong
Winsor Art Projects (Vancouver): Dana Claxton

Dedicated to galleries that have been in business for eight years or less, presenting work by young and emerging artists made in the past five years.

10 Years Ago (Toronto) 
La Castiglione Gallery (Montreal)
Fazakas Gallery (Vancouver)
Franz Kaka (Toronto)
MM Gallery (Buenos Aires)
Quimera (Buenos Aires)
Mónica Reyes Gallery (Vancouver)
Projet Pangée (Montreal)
United Contemporary (Toronto)
Galerie Youn (Montreal)
Zalucky Contemporary (Toronto)