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Current Exhibitions

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Seeing Stars, Divining Futures

Feb. 3, 2023 — Jun. 18, 2023

Seeing Stars, Divining Futures highlights the long history of human interest in the cosmos and its impact on earthly affairs. The exhibition showcases works from the Toledo Museum of Art’s collection that demonstrate the integration of art and divinatory practices across eras and cultures. From representations of the zodiac to tarot cards and images of fortune tellers, we invite you to explore how artists communicate our desire to know the unknowable and foresee the future.
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Expanding Horizons: The Evolving Character of a Nation

Mar. 18, 2023 — Feb. 28, 2025

Expanding Horizons: The Evolving Character of a Nation, opening March 18 at the Toledo Museum of Art (TMA), serves as both an experiment and an invitation. The reinstallation of the Museum’s American art collection will put more than 80 objects in conversation with each other and welcome visitors to share feedback. Art by Thomas Cole, Kathy Vargas, Frederic Remington and Kehinde Wiley will be among the featured works, many of which will be on view for the first time at TMA.
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Alexandra Daisy Ginsberg – Machine Auguries: Toledo

Apr. 29, 2023 — Nov. 26, 2023

The Toledo Museum of Art (TMA) and Superblue will present Alexandra Daisy Ginsberg – Machine Auguries: Toledo at the Toledo Museum of Art, April 29-Nov. 26.
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Our Belonging

May. 3, 2023 — Sep. 3, 2023

Our Belonging by Ambz on view from May 3 - September 3 in the Robert C. and Susan Savage Community Gallery.

Upcoming Exhibitions

Black Orpheus: Jacob Lawrence and the Mbari Club

Black Orpheus: Jacob Lawrence and the Mbari Club

Jun. 3, 2023 — Sep. 3, 2023

Black Orpheus: Jacob Lawrence and the Mbari Club will explore the connection between African American artist Jacob Lawrence and his contemporaries based in the Global South through the Nigerian publication Black Orpheus. The exhibition features over 110 objects, including Lawrence’s little-known 1964–65 Nigeria series, works by the artists featured in Black Orpheus, archival images, videos and letters.

Past Exhibitions

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Matt Wedel: Phenomenal Debris

Nov. 5, 2022 — Apr. 2, 2023

Monumental, colorful, and expressive, Matt Wedel’s ceramics are a full celebration of what’s possible with clay. Matt Wedel: Phenomenal Debris brings together a large selection of the artist’s ceramics and drawings spanning over a decade of his career. Wedel is renowned in his field for pushing the boundaries of ceramics, resulting in objects that recall familiar forms while also springing from his own imagination. The exhibition marks the first large-scale solo show for the artist in a major art museum.
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State of The Art: Revealing Works From The Conservation Vault

Sep. 24, 2022 — Feb. 5, 2023

This exhibition opens the “conservation vault” to give visitors a glimpse of works of art that largely have been out of sight in storage for, in some cases, decades. The works include paintings, sculpture, metalwork, textiles, and paper and range in date from the 1500s to the 1990s. All of them are in need of conservation—specialized treatment that will allow them to return to view in the galleries in improved condition.
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Momentum | Intersection

Sep. 15, 2022 — Oct. 16, 2022

Momentum | Intersection celebrates the ingenuity that results when art and industry meet. Now in its fifth year, this juried exhibition brings new artwork to Toledo made in response to a call for creativity by Pilkington Glass North America, part of Nippon Sheet Glass., Ltd (NSG) and The Arts Commission of Greater Toledo.