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The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter at 21c

0 Comments · Tuesday, March 18, 2014
You could go stag to see the carved deer heads, football helmets and other gaming trophies on exhibit in Wild Card at the 21c Museum Hotel downtown. But Michael Combs’ unsettling examination of gender identity and cultural mythology raises so many questions that it’s better not to go hunting alone for answers.  

The Art of Food (Feature)

The Art of Food demonstrates the multi-sensory experience of cooking and dining

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 26, 2014
Alfio Gulisano, executive chef of Alfio’s Buon Cibo in Hyde Park, wants to bring his “A game” to The Art of Food, The Carnegie’s annual exhibition of culinary and food-inspired visual art. Although the focus is on engaging the senses through food as art and art as food, he and other chefs say that every day is an opportunity to be artful when cooking and dining. 
  

Murals' Rescue Turns Solway Gallery into Flower Place

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 12, 2014
Carl Solway Gallery has obtained Robert Kushner’s The Four Seasons murals from downtown’s Tower Place mall and is showing them with recent paintings by the New York artist in the exhibit Robert Kushner: Paintings 2010-2013 & The Four Seasons.
  

Art: Common Surprise: Celebrating the Diversity of Black Artists in Cincinnati

1 Comments · Tuesday, February 4, 2014
Follow a cue from Antonio Adams’ series of visionary highway paintings and take the off-ramp (Exit 6 off I-71 in this case) to Common Surprise: Celebrating the Diversity of Black Artists in Cincinna  

Art: Artbeat on Short Vine

0 Comments · Tuesday, February 4, 2014
Cure gray, cold-weather blahs with bright colors, bright women and convenient gallery hopping Friday during Artbeat on Short Vine. POPP=D ART presents the minimalist, hard-edge style of Tim Gold of In  

Good Hair Day

Beauty stylists primp for another "Art of" blockbuster

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 8, 2014
Is The Art of Hair a quiet beauty compared with the hungry beast that is the Carnegie Center’s highly anticipated annual show The Art of Food? Nope. It’s a monster, too.   

Event: The Art of Hair

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 8, 2014
Is The Art of Hair, returning Sunday to The Carnegie in Covington, Ky., a quiet beauty compared with the hungry beast that is the center’s highly anticipated annual show The Art of Food? Nope.   

Innovation Is the Heart and Sole of Fashionable Exhibit

0 Comments · Wednesday, December 11, 2013
“It’s gotta be the shoes,” Nike’s 1980s Air Jordan ads marveled. And if you ask Cincinnati Art Museum curators Cynthia Amnéus and Amy Dehan which of today’s fashions stand the test of time, they too point to shoes — at least those in What’s New: Fashion & Contemporary Craft.
  

Art: What’s New: Fashion & Contemporary Craft

0 Comments · Wednesday, December 11, 2013
“It’s gotta be the shoes,” Nike’s 1980s Air Jordan ads marveled. And if you ask Cincinnati Art Museum curators Cynthia Amnéus and Amy Dehan which of today’s fashions stand the test of time,  

Event: Cat Scratch Fever: Artists Unite for OAR

0 Comments · Tuesday, December 10, 2013
Choose your favorite tribute to a tabby or homage to a Himalayan when Thunder-Sky Inc. gallery hosts a silent auction of cat-themed paintings, photography and sculpture for the benefit of Ohio Alleyca