FRONT at Cleveland Public Library

Cleveland Public Library presents six FRONT exhibitions and installations. All exhibits are free and open to the public during regular library hours, Monday – Saturday from 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. Visit frontart.org for a complete list of venues and a calendar of events.

Main Library
325 Superior Avenue

The Superman Homecoming: The Heritage of Ohio’s Own Superhero

An exhibit featuring selected items from the library’s Mike Curtis Collection of Superman Memorabilia of thousands of comics, posters, toys, packaging, clothing, photographs, and more, with new items revealed every six months!

Main Library, 2nd floor
325 Superior Avenue

See Also: Baggage Claim

Darius Steward’s Baggage Claim, in Search of New Beginnings, an installation embracing themes of identity, progress, and perseverance, is now on display in Cleveland Public Library’s Eastman Reading Garden as part of See Also, the public art program presented every year in partnership with LAND studio.

Main Library
325 Superior Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44114

Celebrate Those Who Give Black

A permanent Cleveland Exhibition designed to tell the story of Black Philanthropy in our region by honoring the past, celebrating the present, and inspiring the future.

Main Library, Louis Stokes Wing


Protest, originally installed on Public Square as a temporary public artwork, is by Nigerian-born, Brooklyn-based artist Olalekan ‘LEk’ Jeyifous. The installation series was orginally created as part of LANDFORM and is now permanently installed outside of the Cleveland Public Library Langston Hughes Branch.

Langston Hughes Branch
10200 Superior Ave
Cleveland, OH 44106