When I worked as a security guard at the Toledo Museum of Art there was no mechanism by which the frontline staff could help shape the museum’s content.
In Telling Stories, Robyn O’Neil, Amy Cutler, and Annie Pootoogook showcase the continued utility of this ancient art form to stunning effect.
As Radical Tradition affirms, the act of creating whole cloth from scraps is not just a matter of making ends meet, but an empowering act of reclamation.
“Let me reemphasize this point: the Toledo Museum of Art does not have a political stance,” director Adam Levine wrote, prompting criticism. But oppression is not a question of political ideology, it is factual.
A gem of a museum in Ohio known for European masterpieces, gains contemporary relevance.
Heavy on interactive works, audience intervention, and social practice art, Toledo’s annual sculpture festival raises the question of why we organize festivals around the theme of common discipline.
Fired Up: Contemporary Glass by Women Artists at the Toledo Museum of Art is an outstanding show, but there is little to convince me that “female glass art” occupies a necessarily separate category than “glass art.”
I Approve This Message: Decoding Political Ads is dedicated to the granular dissection of the visual semiotics and rhetorical stylings of political advertising.
TOLEDO — Indigenous Beauty: Masterworks of American Indian Art from the Diker Collection presents a conundrum of conscience.
The Toledo Museum of Art is unhappy with its representation in a Times piece about the increasing failure of American museums to restitute Nazi-looted art.
Exhibition trailers have been around for a while now, but every once in a while one comes along that’s markedly different. The Toledo Museum of Art has one of those, for the exhibition Manet: Portraying Life, which opened at the museum yesterday.