Francisco Toledo: Toledo Múltiple April 3 - May 27, 2018

Francisco Toledo, Monos En El Árbo (Monkeys in a Tree)

Francisco Toledo, Monos En El Árbo (Monkeys in a Tree), 2005. Courtesy of the artist.

As Mexico's most prolific and influential graphic artist, Francisco Toledo has been exploring the fantastical and expanding the expressive range of his printmaking over more than 50 years. This exhibition encompasses a wide range of Toledo's work, revealing the progression and creative process evidenced in his printmaking. The exhibition also includes 21 works by both Mexican and foreign printmakers as part of Toledo's collection for the Instituto de Artes Graficas de Oaxaca (IAGO). These works have been influential in developing Toledo's creative vision and serve to contextualize the medium in a global art history. Curated by Fernando Gálvez de Aguinaga.

Francisco Toledo: Toledo Múltiple was organized by the American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center and is toured by International Arts & Artists, Washington, DC



Members' Preview
April 13, 5:30-7PM

Museum Members are invited to attend a special evening viewing of our new exhibitions, featuring a talk by the curator of Toledo Múltiple, Fernando Gálvez de Aguinaga.


Opening Reception
April 14, 6-9PM


Alma de Cuerdas Concert
May 15, 7-8:30PM
RSVP by email to museum@american.edu