Varujan Boghosian

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Dec. 13, 2013–May 25, 2014

Wolfe Gallery Mezzanine and Gallery 18

Where some see relics of the past, Varujan Boghosian sees material for his next sculpture or collage. The Armenian-American artist’s poetic works use unconventional objects like children’s toys, ancient paper and shoes. His work is seen at such noted institutions as the Museum of Modern Art and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. This exhibition features works specially selected for their relationships to the works in the Toledo Museum of Art collection. In Gallery 18, see a representation of Boghosian’s New England studio, where visitors can create their own collages using the artist’s materials through April 13. Free admission.

360 Degree Panoramas of Wolfe Gallery Mezzanine

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360 Degree Panorama of the Interactive Space

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Presentation: TMA Director Brian Kennedy and Artist Varujan Boghosian

After School Outreach with Varujan Boghosian

Gallery 18

Create your own Varujan Boghosian-inspired assemblage using objects from his own personal collection! Located in Gallery 18 are tables filled with items; frames and shadow boxes adorn the gallery’s walls. You are also invited to share photos of your creation on Instagram or Twitter using #varujan.