“These three additions to the Toledo Museum of Art collection help to broaden the narrative of art history presented at TMA,” said Adam Levine, Edward Drummond and Florence Scott Libbey director of the Museum.
A new 10,000 pound robot sculpture standing 30-feet-tall named the ‘hill guardian’ of Marquette Mountain now watches over the snow covered trails.
The Art Preserve’s 56,000-square-foot, three-level building will provide exhibition space and visible storage for more than 25,000 works in the Arts Center’s world-renowned collection, which includes complete and partial environments by more than 30 vernacular, self-taught, and academically trained artists.
As of November 2020, groups of work by mosaic artist Marjorie Kreilick and sculptor Truman Lowe will become part of the Chazen’s permanent collection, along with single works by print artist Emily Arthur and photographer Darcy Padilla.
Bruce Davidson spent several months photographing the daily lives of a teenage street gang for his 1959 series ‘Brooklyn Gang.’
Three internationally renowned artists who represent the extraordinary vitality of contemporary drawing will be featured in a special exhibition beginning in November at the Toledo…