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Chameleon Effects: Glass (Un)Defined, curated by Sophie Ong, opened on March 27 at the Toledo Museum of Art. Sophie is the Hirsch Curatorial Fellow at the TMA, where she works with the Museum’s internationally renowned glass collection and is overseeing the reinstallation of the Museum’s medieval collection and Cloister Gallery planned for December 2021. For more on the exhibition, see: https://www.apollo-magazine.com/chameleon-effects-glass-undefined/ and https://www.toledomuseum.org/about/news/new-exhibition-toledo-museum-art-examines-innovation-glass-art-throughout-history 

Here also is a link to an Art Daily piece announcing the TMA's acquisition of the Celsing Court Tazza and Leather Case that Sophie brought into the collection: https://artdaily.cc/news/133909/Toledo-Museum-of-Art-adds-works-of-art-to-its-collection#.YF47m9wpDmE

 

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