It may not come as a surprise – yet it is still disappointing – to hear that less than 2 percent of art sold is made by women. Tacit, a curated online gallery promoting women artists’ works, serves as an antidote to this issue. Now, the Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) has joined forces with the virtual gallery to create a special pop-up shop featuring prints by women.

Artists selling works in the virtual pop-up include Toronto illustrator Carmen Lew,  London, Ont.-based speech-language pathologist and artist Meaghan Victoria Prouse and Canadian-born, Brooklyn-based multidisciplinary creator Chantel Walkes. Prints are $45 for AGO members and $50 for non-members.

You can shop works from the AGO x Tacit virtual pop-up here until November 6. See selected works from the pop-up below.

Alyssa Goodman, ‘Village’

Carmen Lew, ‘Finding Space’

Rachel Joanis, ‘Social Women’


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