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Patti Smith: The Coral Sea

Keith Bowers
8-10 p.m., Friday May 17 | $7.50. $5.50 Students & Seniors. Free for members and children under 5.

 This exhibit is part homage to Robert Mapplethorpe, part rumination on art, death and rebirth. Smith conceived of the multi-installation show as a progression from the white <i>Infirmary</i> to the stark black <i>The Coral Sea Room</i>. The exhibition also includes a one-time live performance by Smith and her daughter, Jesse Paris Smith at the opening reception.



Where: Contemporary Arts Center
Phone: 513-345-8400
Address: 44 Sixth St.
Website: www.contemporaryartscenter.org

Contemporary Arts Center

44 Sixth St.
Cincinnati, Ohio
45202
 
The city’s major downtown art facility, designed by Zaha Hadid, features changing displays and exhibitions as well as special events. Also home to an eclectic gift shop and bookstore.
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