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Art: Carmel Buckley's Prints and Sculpture

0 Comments · Tuesday, November 8, 2011
Carmel Buckley is an artist infatuated with line and uncertainty. An associate professor at The Ohio State University and a native of Derby, England, Buckley is enjoying her third Cincinnati exhibitio  

Art: Museum Gallery-Gallery Museum Re-opening

0 Comments · Thursday, November 3, 2011
In August, after nearly two years at its Sycamore Street location, Museum Gallery-Gallery Museum, the occasionally outlandish fixture of the Over-the-Rhine gallery scene, closed its doors for the fina  

Art: Final Friday in OTR

0 Comments · Tuesday, October 25, 2011
This week the excitement and energy of Final Friday on Main Street in Over-the-Rhine is likely to be amplified by the upcoming holiday. Expect to see a grave assortment of PBR-drinking witches, warloc  

Carriers at Park National Bank Gallery

0 Comments · Tuesday, October 18, 2011
Carriers at the Park National Bank Gallery in Batavia is an astute comment on the flux of daily life. In a series of polished 48-by-40-inch collages, artist Jonathan Gibson positions figurative references beneath a torrent of corporate detritus.   

Art: Reductio Ad Absurdum

0 Comments · Tuesday, August 30, 2011
This Saturday witnesses the inaugural exhibition of Cincinnati’s newest non-commercial art space. Located in Brighton, Third Party Gallery will present Reductio Ad Absurdum, a group show offering works that investigate, critique and assess the artist’s relationships with a series of extra-aesthetic concerns surrounding the practice of art in contemporary society.  

Art: Go Ahead ... Touch Me!

0 Comments · Tuesday, August 23, 2011
Nothing foreshadows calamity quite like small children in close proximity to valuable artwork. “Look but don’t touch,” the routine admonition of parents, is the standing order behind many of life’s public activities. This prohibition on physical contact — a sense crucial to our relationship with the world — is the subject of a new exhibition at Manifest Gallery.  

Art: Guy Tillim: Avenue Patrice Lumumba

0 Comments · Tuesday, August 16, 2011
Traveling the dusty passageways and crumbling facades of Mozambique, Madagascar and the Democratic Republic of Congo, Guy Tillim’s Avenue Patrice Lumumba is a striking photographic journey. On view at the Contemporary Arts Center downtown, these images explore the effects of 50 years of false starts, broken promises and nationalist visions on the African landscape.