Cleveland 20/20: A Photographic Exploration of Cleveland
In honor of Cleveland Public Library’s 150th anniversary year, Library staff, community partners, patrons, and Cleveland residents alike are stepping up to help document Cleveland. A diverse range of local photographers, as well as teen photographers, snapped photos throughout the city to ensure Cleveland was documented like never before.
On display through Spring 2021
Main Library, Brett Hall, 1st Floor
Reflect and Refract Democracy by Rose DeSiano (See Also 2020)
See Also brings temporary, interactive and immersive public art to the Eastman Reading Garden each year.
On display September 8 – November 30
Main Library, Eastman Reading Garden
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