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Carl Solway Exhibit Draws Generations Together

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 25, 2016
Though she’s the youngest of three artists showing at Carl Solway Gallery, Elsa Hansen possesses the wisdom of an old soul. Like the Solway Gallery, Hansen is talkin’ ’bout her generation while bridging generational gaps.  

Process Makes Perfect

Matt Kish’s pursuit of Moby-Dick leads to CAC show

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 11, 2016
Self-taught artist Matt Kish had just turned 40 in 2009 and was considering giving up after years of receiving little recognition for his work. Breaking through seemed as elusive as catching a great white whale.
  

Political and Personal Metaphors of Textiles

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 11, 2016
In Unraveled: Textiles Reconsidered, nine artists deconstruct and reanimate clothing, blankets, rugs and other fabrics into emblems of political and personal expression.  

Turner-Yamamoto Exposes Earth’s Natural Artistry

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 4, 2016
The artist's openness to going with nature’s flow has led him along new artistic paths since he visited waterfalls in the Pacific Northwest and Switzerland a few years ago. Sidereal Silence is a multimedia experience featuring surround sound, video and a hovering vapor cloud.  

FotoFocus Announces Plans for Fall Biennial

0 Comments · Wednesday, April 20, 2016
When FotoFocus recently released information about its upcoming regional photography biennial in October — its third since 2012 — there was some head scratching from readers about the theme.  

To Be American, Gifted and Black

30 Americans at the Cincinnati Art Museum explores commodification, caricature and culture

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 30, 2016
It is a show that quite literally overflows with art from internationally renowned artists that speak to the power dynamics of race, class and political identity. 
  

Becoming Kings

NinaMDot’s exhibition at the Globe Gallery is a message of black male restoration

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 16, 2016
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.”
  

Taft’s Daubigny Show: The Irony and the Ecstasy

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 16, 2016
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.  

A Neat Life

When Austin Radcliffe created a blog dedicated to order, cool things fell into place

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 9, 2016
He named his Tumblr site Things Organized Neatly, but that doesn’t mean curator Austin Radcliffe could lay out what was going to follow over the next six years.
  

Tenth ‘Art of Food’ Brings the Farm to the Gallery

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 24, 2016
Since its debut a decade ago, The Art of Food exhibition at The Carnegie has continuously topped itself, evolving beyond visual art to wearable art and performance.  

Collective Retrospective

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 17, 2016
20 x 20 x 20 celebrates two decades of the Weston Art Gallery by presenting 20 works by 20 individual artists or artistic collaborators whose work appeared there in solo exhibitions over the years.  

Space Travel

Do Ho Suh explores transitional areas in Passage

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 10, 2016
Only a few of us can travel in space like Neil Armstrong or Yuri Gagarin, but we all travel through myriad spaces in everyday life.
  

Same Name, Different Frame

Miller Gallery reopens with brighter surroundings and new leadership

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 3, 2016
When remodelers finally took their plastic off the windows of Hyde Park Square’s Miller Gallery in December, it was with the promise of a lighter, more open environment.  

Phyllis Weston Mastered the Art of Friendship

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 6, 2016
Phyllis Weston relished bringing together art and people from all backgrounds. A classic lady and a modern woman, the gallerist and arts advocate died Dec. 6 at age 94.  

Historicism in Paint

0 Comments · Wednesday, December 30, 2015
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.