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Cage Re-Engaged

Special John Cage Centennial concert features past collaborators

1 Comments · Wednesday, November 28, 2012
John Cage fearlessly explored how any sound could make for beautiful “music.” This included silence — Cage’s most famous composition, “4.33,” connotes the duration of minutes and seconds during which an orchestra or musician makes no sounds.
  

Notable Photography Exhibits Continue Post-FotoFocus

0 Comments · Tuesday, November 27, 2012
If you drive to Columbus by Dec. 30, you can see a photography show — Annie Leibovitz — that serves as the culmination to the journey through celebrity/fashion photography begun by three FotoFocus-related museum shows here.
  

What Needs to Be Done Before FotoFocus '14

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 14, 2012
I hope the inaugural FotoFocus, which has formally concluded although related exhibits still are up around town, was successful by the standards of its organizers, and that they are eager to plan for the next one in 2014.  
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FotoFocus Comes to an End After Many High Points

{CommentsCant} · Thursday, November 1, 2012
While there are FotoFocus shows and events continuing into November and even longer, the October festival formally closed Saturday night with a boisterous, picture-perfect celebration, the Carnevil Halloween party at Newport’s Thompson House (formerly the Southgate House). All rooms were jam-packed with people in imaginative costumes, and in the ballroom the DAAP Girls (outfitted for the night...  

The Shot Heard 'Round the Art Museum

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 31, 2012
On Monday, Todd Pavlisko conducted his commissioned artwork — a video piece he’s calling “Docent” — in which a retired military sniper fired a secured high-powered rifle inside the first floor of the Cincinnati Art Museum.  
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Cincinnati Art Museum's Rifle Firing Set for Monday

{CommentsCant} · Wednesday, October 24, 2012
The firing of a high-powered rifle inside the Cincinnati Art Museum, sending a bullet past masterpieces through the first-floor Schmidlapp Gallery and into a block of bronze in the middle of the Great Hall, will occur on Monday, museum officials said. Todd Pavlisko, the New York-based, locally born artist who proposed the project, will be at the museum Friday for final planning and discussions. ...  
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Finding the FotoFocus Art that Transcends Categories

{CommentsCant} · Tuesday, October 16, 2012
After the second full week of FotoFocus, I’ve begun to realize that there are way more shows and events out there than one person can get to. (Or, if you do get to them all, to remember what you’ve seen.) It’s also clear that you can begin to roughly pair into categories the kinds of shows that are out there — art photography and photojournalism, still photography and video, portraiture an...  

Laurel Nakadate Eagerly Awaits Upcoming FotoFocus Lecture

0 Comments · Tuesday, October 16, 2012
Laurel Nakadate, a celebrated New York-based photographer/videographer/filmmaker/performance artist, will deliver the FotoFocus Lecture 7 p.m. Oct. 24 at the Cincinnati Art Museum. She will be telling stories and showing slides about her work this century.  

The Scariness and Brilliance of the Starns’ ‘Gravity of Light’

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 3, 2012
Doug and Mike Starn's photography-related installation Gravity of Light involves a carbon arc lamp with light so brilliant it could cause eye damage if you stared at it unprotected.
  

Laetitia Sadier

Sept. 27 • Contemporary Arts Center

0 Comments · Tuesday, September 25, 2012
Laetitia Sadier can at first seem an imposing pop figure. She’s a French intellectual with strong leftist opinions about how greedy, selfish capitalism and the excessive power of the financial sector are thwarting true democracy.