Crash Gallery

Crash Gallery returns February 5 with a new season of thrilling art clashes

Hosted by the AGO's Sean O'Neill, Crash Gallery pushes artists out of their comfort zones and to their creative limits.

Hosted by the AGO's Sean O'Neill, Crash Gallery pushes artists to their limits

Crash Gallery Season 2 Trailer

6 years ago
Duration 1:28
CRASH GALLERY is a high-energy, immersive television series that brings art to life through a series of thrilling clashes. In every episode, three talented artists go head-to-head against each other in a real-time creative arena, giving the audience a front-row seat to the creative process.

TONIGHT: Watch the Crash Gallery season 2 premiere at 9:30PM, on CBC TV and online.

Crash Gallery is back for a second season starting February 5 at 9:30pm on CBC TV. In each episode, three talented artists of various disciplines go head-to-head against each other in a real-time creative arena, giving the audience a front row seat to the creative process.

What will you see in this season's challenges?

Smashing things, of course

Spinning artists hopefully not getting sick...

Painting the metal canvas of an old sedan

Artists somehow painting underwater

Hosted by Sean O'Neill of the Art Gallery of Ontario, this new season also unfolds under the watchful eyes of accomplished Canadian art critics — conceptual artist Paul De Guzman, visual artist Syrus Marcus Ware and performance artist Bridget Moser.

Season 2 premieres February 5 at 9:30pm. In the meantime, watch all of Season 1 online now.

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