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REVIEW: 'Figurative Folklore' at Covington Arts

{CommentsCant} · Friday, March 13, 2015
Selena Reder, a former contributor to CityBeat's visual arts coverage, has curated the current Figurative Folklore exhibition at the City of Covington's gallery at 2 W. Pike St. It's devoted to six artists whose figural work tells a strong narrative. Particularly noteworthy at the show is the work of two artists who do three-dimensional work.
Ken Page brings a sense of fun an vis...  

‘A Lot of Sorrow’ Is Headed CAC’s Way

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 11, 2015
As Steven Matijcio, curator of the Contemporary Arts Center, puts it about the Icelandic artist Ragnar Kjartansson, “Boy, he’s really taking Ohio venue by venue these days!”  

Art: A Lot of Sorrow

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 11, 2015
Starting Wednesday and continuing through March 20, one of his most acclaimed video creations, last year’s A Lot of Sorrow, will be screening during regular gallery hours in the CAC’s Black Box Theater.  

Lecture: Digital Fabrication: Realizing the Impossible, From Piranesi to Kapoor

0 Comments · Tuesday, March 10, 2015
The fascinating world of fast-growing 3D printing is the subject of this year’s Kreines Lecture on Decorative Arts and Design Sunday at Cincinnati Art Museum.  

Songwriter Doc Pomus Featured at ReelAbilities Film Festival

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 4, 2015
It’s been a long, slow journey for Doc Pomus — who died in 1991 without being widely known by the public — to become recognized as one of Rock & Roll’s greatest songwriters ever. But his cause has gained much momentum recently.  

Film: AKA Doc Pomus

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 4, 2015
It’s been a long, slow journey for Doc Pomus — who died in 1991 without being widely known by the public — to become recognized as one of Rock & Roll’s greatest songwriters ever. But his cause has gained much momentum recently.  

Film: Paris

0 Comments · Friday, February 27, 2015
Director Cedric Klapisch's Paris is the final movie in the Cinema in the City series that University of Cincinnati's new Center for Film and Media Studies is presenting at Clifton's Esquire Theatre.   
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Cincinnati Artist Shinji Turner-Yamamoto Attracts International Attention

{CommentsCant} · Wednesday, February 25, 2015
Shinji Turner-Yamamoto's 2012 Global Tree Project: Hanging Garden — two trees suspended by wire inside Mt. Adams' deconsecrated (and crumbling) Holy Cross Church — is now generally recognized as one of the high points of public art in Cincinnati in recent years.
In addition to proving inspirational for us in terms of what large-scale, site-specific art can be and what local artists ...  

Rudi Gernreich’s ‘Total Look’ Shows the Fashion Avant-Garde

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 25, 2015
The star attraction of The Total Look, the new Cincinnati Art Museum exhibit opening Saturday that features fashion designs of the late Rudi Gernreich, is the one-piece topless bathing suit (or monokini) that he designed for women in 1964.  

New Show at DAAP Captures ‘Liquid Light’

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 25, 2015
Marioni is a purist — a painter’s painter whose quest to make art isn’t about being decorative or interpretive, but rather is a search for light — Liquid Light, as his show is called.