The house in your head — the one nobody can foreclose on — is probably an element of the internal life of each of us. But what happens when six artists zero in on explicitly externalizing their visions of such a place? The results are The House in My Head, which fills downtown’s Weston Art Gallery through Aug.
The show brings together four Cincinnati artists plus one from Oxford, Ohio and another from Lexington, Ky. in an exhibition where each one’s work feeds the others. Visual relationships between pieces are an important strength of the show. Suburbia, that easy mark, gets its share of bashing, but possessions in general are pretty widely questioned.
Read Jane Durrell's full review here.