In January 2014, self-taught photographer Nina Wells quit her job in the
financial industry to do art full time, and she says after she took that
leap of faith, “It’s been 100-percent amazing ever since.”
Daubigny, Monet, Van Gogh: Impressions of Landscape (on
display at the Taft through May 29), is outstanding for bringing
together multiple pre-20th-century paintings by several artists and from
various sources, including European museums.
Currently on display at the Taft Museum of Art is Heroism in Paint: A Master Series by Jacob Lawrence, featuring the world-renowned painter’s first venture in creating a series of historical paintings.
At The Carnegie’s Modern Living: Objects and Context, curators Matt Distel and BLDG present two types of environments for considering artists’ household-inspired sculptures and design firms’ tables, lamps and more.
After puzzling over a clever #whatthebrick
campaign in August that featured oversized LEGO bricks around town,
what the heck should we make of The Art of the Brick exhibition
now that it’s at the Cincinnati Museum Center?