Buonagurio has had her work in many exhibitions and has a permanent installation in the 42nd Street Times Square subway station. Titled "Times Square Times: 35 Times" it is made up of 35 separate pieces embedded in a glass brick wall. Buonagurio teaches art at the State University of New York at Stony Brook.
Buonagurio comes from a working-class background in New York City’s borough of the Bronx. She continues to live there and is reported to take pride in her connection to the neighborhood. She is married to the painter Edgar Buonagurio.
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- Miguel Garcilazo "Bronx People In Profile," NY Daily News December 24, 1996 http://articles.nydailynews.com/1996-12-24/local/18014172_1_ceramic-artist-arts-culture-art-studio/2
- Esther Iverem "Spotlight," Newsday City Edition [Long Island, N.Y] June 30, 1992
- "In the Nabes Artists Will Get Awards," New York Daily News August 7, 1998
- Museum Cast podcast "Times Square-42nd Street - Art by Toby Buonagurio" January 5, 2010 (If you can't see the full titles, choose the listing whose description starts "When you think of times Square...)
- Arts for Transit podcast
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