The Kennedy Heights Arts Center, one of
the best and most ambitious in the region, takes a great leap forward
this weekend when it opens its new 10,500-square-foot annex in a portion
of an old Kroger grocery store.
War-related memorials and monuments are one of the most
common forms of public art, and it will probably stay that way as long
as there are wars to remember. But just because we have these
everywhere, we shouldn’t take their existence for granted.
Two veterans of Cincinnati’s co-op
gallery scene, now students at the University of Illinois at Chicago,
will present their strange and fascinating new project, Thing-stead
artist-books, Saturday night at Camp Washington’s Wave Pool gallery.
It’s not unusual for visual artists to choose film/video as a medium — Ragnar Kjartansson’s A Lot of Sorrow recently showed here and several videos were part of the Cincinnati Art Museum’s Eyes on the Street exhibit.