Art Toronto

Founded in 2000, Art Toronto is an international fair for modern and contemporary art. At the time of its creation, it held a different name: Toronto International Art Fair or TIAF. Even if the name has changed, the identity has remained the same. The fair is thus an amazing opportunity to understand the art market in Canada’s cultural capital. Visitors can view and purchase thousands of exciting artworks showcased by international galleries. As a matter of fact, the exhibitors not only come from Canada but the rest of the world as well. Although the trade exhibition is the main activities, the fair also offer an interesting program of talks called PLATFORM. The event has thus become a gathering point for collectors, artists, and all art lovers. Metro Toronto Convention Centre hold the fair annually in October. There is only one other art show in the city – Artist Project – in February.

Art Toronto 2020


Metro Toronto Convention Centre
North Building
255 Front Street West
Toronto, ON M5V 2W6

Opening hours

28 October: Opening Night
29 Oct.-1 Nov.: TBA

Entrance Fee

General Admission: $25
Multi-Day Pass: $42
Students & Seniors: $17
Children Under 12: Free



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