Search Results for: "Frank O. Gehry"

TMA Purchases Two Works by Frank Stella

The Toledo Museum of Art has expanded its holdings of post-World War II American abstract art by acquiring two works by Frank Stella (born 1936), Conway I and La…

An Evening with Frank Stella

Artist Frank Stella The inaugural event in the Toledo Museum of Arts new Masters Series will be “An Evening with Frank Stella” on Thursday, April 7 at 6…

Frank Stella Exhibition Closes July 24

One week remains to see Frank Stella: Irregular Polygons! Since its opening last spring, this powerful exhibition has received praise from visitors from coast to coast. “If ever a…

Past Exhibitions

Death Chamber). Lithograph, 1869. Frederick B. and Kate L. Shoemaker Fund, 1976.139 Frank Stella: Irregular Polygons April 8–July 24 This exhibition presents one of each of Frank Stella’s 11 monumental…

Architectural Summary

Center for the Visual Arts constructed. Architect Frank O. Gehry, Pritzker laureate. Boldly sculptural forms, innovative approach to materials, and skewed axiality provides the University of Toledo’s art program with…

Storytelling in Miniature

his interpretation of a Southern genre scene, featuring a dilapidated tenement-like building above a small stream. Frank Weston Benson American, 1862–1951 Two Crows Drypoint, 1920 2 x 3 in. Gift…

Artwork of the Week: July 4

Robert Frank (American, born Switzerland, 1924), Trolley, New Orleans, gelatin-silver print, 1958. 8 9/16 x 12 9/16 in. Harold Boeschenstein, Jr. Fund, 1978.18. In the exhibition People Get Ready:…

Architecture

Glass Pavilion. Center for the Visual Arts photo by Richard Putney The Center for the Visual Arts (CVA) was designed in 1992 by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Frank O. Gehry, who

April 2015 Toledo Museum of Art Program Highlights

Frank Gehry. FREE Program: Something Blue: An Evening in Celebration of the Primary Color April 23: 7-9 p.m., Glass Pavilion This evening of multimedia programming inspired by the color blue…

History

51,000-square-foot building is designed by renowned architect Frank O. Gehry. The CVA houses the UT Department of Art, studios, gallery space, and the Museum’s reference library. 2000–01—The Monroe Street building’s…