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The Abraham Rogatnick Library



Abraham Rogatnick (1923-2009) was a Member of the Board of Directors of the Contemporary Art Gallery for many years and Honourary Chair of the CAG’s Capital Campaign to establish its current facility. The CAG’s library is named in his honour in recognition of his long-standing dedication and support. Abraham recognized the unique character of the CAG’s exhibition program, saying it ‘fills a critical gap that other public and private institutions in the city cannot accommodate.’

The library plays a primary role in supporting the mandate of the CAG. It is a reference only collection of over 4,000 items consisting of exhibition catalogues, monographs, periodicals and ephemera, which facilitate and support CAG learning programs and the research of contemporary art. As these are often produced in limited runs, it provides a critical and rare resource. The library is available to the public by appointment, to book a visit use the form on this page. To search the library type in the fields below.



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Over 4,000 items consisting of exhibition catalogues, monographs, periodicals and ephemera, facilitate and support CAG learning programs and the research of contemporary art.


The library is available to the public by appointment.

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