Art History Department

Art Gallery of Ontario. Copyright 2014. K.S. Siddalinga Swamy. Prasanna Shankar, 1932. Saltworks (Claude Nicolas Ledoux, 1775–78, Arc-et-Senans, France) Disk Brooch - The Metropolitan Museum of Art Michael Snow, Place Des Peaux. 1998 Reinhard Reitzenstein, Transformer. 2000. Art Gallery of Ontario ©2014 Art Gallery of Ontario. Copyright 2014. Escuela de Artes Visuales (Ricardo Porro, 1961–65, Havana, Cuba) Acoustic diagram of the Philips Pavilion (Le Corbusier and Iannis Xenakis, 1958 World Expo, Brussels)

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  • Prof. Joseph Clarke in The Globe and Mail

    Professor Joseph L. Clarke recently published a special opinion piece in The Globe and Mail discussing the reconstruction of the Cathedral of Notre-Dame de Paris. On April 15, 2019, a fire broke out beneath the roof of the Cathedral resulting… Read More
  • Notice: Graduate Office Hours

    Please be advised that the Graduate Assistant's Office will be closed from April 11-17, 2019. The Office will re-open on Thursday, April 18 for regularly scheduled office hours. If you require immediate assistance, please contact the Office Manager at art.admin@utoronto.ca… Read More
  • Prof. Adam S. Cohen featured on local radio

    The Department of Art History's Professor Adam Cohen was recently featured on two local radio stations, Classical 96.3 and ZoomerRadio 96.7, discussing his new book, Signs and Wonders: 100 Haggada Masterpieces (Toby Press, 2018). Focusing on examples from the Middle… Read More
  • Art History: Why Does It Matter? (Alumni Week Event)

      The Graduate Union of Students of Art, with support from the Student Initiative Fund and the Department of Art History, is pleased to present our 2019 Alumni Reunion Week Event: Art History: Why Does It Matter? Friday, May 31,… Read More
  • Alumnus John McQuillen featured in SGS Alumni News

    Alumnus John McQuillen (PhD 2012) was recently featured in the School of Graduate Studies' eNews. In his position as Associate Curator, Printed Books and Bindings at The Morgan Library & Museum in New York City, John spoke to the BBC… Read More
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