TD Art

When the TD Art Collection was founded in 1963, it was premised on the idea that art is a catalyst for dialogue; creating conversations and enriching the lives of TD colleagues, clients and customers. Today, this remains our guiding principle. TD Art is focusing on work that enables us all to see more of the world around us. Art in the workplace can offer motivation and connection to others. This is what moves us to continue curatorial research and to search out works that inspire meaningful relationships.

We seek to create accessible art experiences for the public and expand its perception of contemporary art and the role of artists in our society. We are building a collection that emphasizes the stories of marginalized artists, and that brings issues of diaspora, race, gender and identity to the forefront. Please enjoy the works on this site, as we amplify voices and champion an inclusive present and future.

TD Bank Art Collection Today

See a selection of the art works in our collection

TD Gallery of Indigenous Art

The TD Gallery of Indigenous Art is a rotating exhibition space that presents work from the Corporate Art Collection representing regions across Canada. Through its various pieces, we hope to share the historical and ongoing cultural importance of Indigenous communities in Canada.

Experience the works virtually with the TD Gallery of Indigenous Art Self-Guided Tour.

79 Wellington Street West (TD Centre)
Toronto, Ontario
M5J 2Z9
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Mon-Fri    8am – 6pm
Sat & Sun 10am – 4pm

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Connected Communities

We aspire to help people participate and be included in their community.