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Art: Iris Bookcafe

By Jane Durrell · June 2nd, 2009 · CityBeat Recommends
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In a very neat segue, it’s possible right now to see two exhibitions of Cincinnati photographer Michael Wilson’s work, reflecting different areas of interest, almost within walking distance of each other. Iris BookCafe is showing prints of photographs from Wilson’s 1984 book Heads Bowed Eyes Closed, No One Looking Around through Aug.

7, overlapping until June 7 with the Wilson’s Weston Art Gallery exhibition, The Day of Small Things, a mid-career retrospective. Each show enriches the other. Iris BookCafe itself is eminently worth a visit if you like a place that has books, vinyl records, a wireless connection, good food and good vibes. If you don’t like those things, what’s the matter with you? Iris Bookcafe is open daily and the Weston is open Tuesday-Sunday.

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