Art Toronto 2014
Art Toronto 2014
Founded in 2000, Art Toronto: Toronto International Art Fair is Canada’s only modern and contemporary fine art fair, providing unique access to the Canadian art market. An annual fall event, Art Toronto serves as the galvanizing vehicle for the nation’s art world. Considered the country’s must-attend event for art collectors and industry professionals, Art Toronto is the place for galleries wishing to attract a new sophisticated market of collectors, and professionals, and the place to network with a diverse and well connected group of fellow participants. Building on its successful platform as an exceptionally well serviced, user friendly fair, Art Toronto presents more than 100 select galleries, complemented with special projects, exhibits, a full VIP program and dynamic cultural offerings.
OPENING NIGHT PREVIEW
Thursday, October 23, 2014
Special Collector’s Preview 4:30pm to 6:30pm
Opening Night Preview 6:30pm to 10:00pm
Friday October 24th to Monday October 27th, 2014
Friday & Saturday – 12pm to 8pm
Sunday & Monday – 12pm to 6pm
Special Collectors’ Preview
Thursday, October 23 4:30pm-10pm
(Includes re-admission throughout the Fair)
Opening Night Preview
Thursday, October 23 6:30pm-10pm
Includes re-admission throughout the Fair
Adult admission (ages 18+)
$18.00 Online / $20.00 Onsite
Senior admission: $14.00
Student admission: $14.00
(ages 10-17 or with valid Student ID)
Group admission (10 people or more): $14.00
For parties larger than 20 people please contact
3-Day Power Talk Pass
Includes Friday, Saturday and Sunday admission
to Power Talks and the Fair
Official Fair Catalogue
City of Toronto
As Canada’s cultural capital, Toronto is host to an eclectic, cosmopolitan and sophisticated arts and culture community. The city is a major scene for theatre, performing and visual arts, with more than 125 art galleries.A nexus for theatre and filmmaking, Toronto boasts the world’s third most extensive English-language theatre offerings after New York and London.
Toronto is home to the Canada’s largest collecting institutions and exhibiting spaces, including the much celebrated Art Gallery of Ontario,Royal Ontario Museum, Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art and the internationally acclaimed contemporary art exhibition space The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery.
It is recognized as one of North America’s wealthiest cities as well as being considered one of the most diverse in the world. It is home to Canada’s highest income neighborhoods and boasts an engaged and supportive community of arts patrons and professionals.
Cultural amenities abound in this stunningly multicultural metropolis,which claims a population of just over 6 million, making it the fifth largest city and the fourth largest economic centre in all of North America.