For the spring FotoFocus lecture, the Cincinnati Art Museum is bringing in Michael Kenna, an English-born, Seattle-based photographer whose reputation revolves around serenely calm, black-and-white landscapes, which often require long exposures to get the soft, dream-like imagery he seeks. His work is in the art museum's collection, as well as the Victoria and Albert Museum, Art Institute of Chicago, National Gallery of Art and other institutions.
A public reception follows the lecture
7 p.m. Wednesday. Free; parking is $4 for non-museum members. Fath Auditorium, Cincinnati Art Museum, 953 Eden Park Drive, Mount Adams, fotofocuscincinnati.org.