MOCA Toronto Highlights Local Artists For Its Latest Exhibition

The Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) Toronto has launched “Greater Toronto Art 2021,” a triennial survey presenting an expansive view of what Toronto represents as a diverse cultural hub. Featuring work from 21 local artists and groups—such as Walter Scott, Ghazaleh Avarzamani, and the collective of Parastoo Anoushahpour, Faraz Anoushahpour, and Ryan Ferko— the exhibition will explore the artists’ deep connection to the area, while also visualizing the spirit of living in a creatively stimulating environment. “GTA21” will feature newly commissioned and never-before-seen artworks, as well as an accompanying publication, public programs, and responsive digital components, to name just a few.

Aaron Jones, Untitled, Lightbox – June 07, 2021.

Greater Toronto Art 2021” exhibition opens on September 29 at the Museum of Contempoary Art (MOCA) 2021.

Feature Image: Walter Scott: Scrawled Heel of the Real, 2020. Photo: Andrea Rossetti. Courtesy of the artist and Cooper Cole, Toronto