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CAC Exhibit Pushes Back Against Museum’s Architecture

0 Comments · Wednesday, June 25, 2014
“When people ask me what are my influences, they’re ghosts and magic,” artist and curator Michael Stillion said during a recent visit to his studio in Evanston.  

The Seventh Time Around

Jeffrey Cortland Jones and Paige Williams team up again

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 18, 2009
There are few exhibition spaces in Cincinnati as dependable and consistent in quality as Aisle Gallery. Its current exhibition, Almost Certain, features two series of abstract paintings by Jeffrey Cortland Jones and Paige Williams. Remarkably, this is the seventh time these two painters have shown together.   

Four Exhibits (Review)

Commonalities among exhibiting artists at Carl Solway Gallery

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 4, 2009
It seems possible that the four concurrent exhibitions now presented at Carl Solway Gallery are meant to link abstract artists from the past to two contemporary artists who grapple with abstraction, color, humanity and nature. I wish there were more show-stoppers to see, but the four artists provide ample visuals for consideration.   

Maria Lassnig (Review)

Exhibition of Austrian painter opens new season at the CAC

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 8, 2008
It is astonishing that Maria Lassnig, whose work is presented in an impressive solo exhibition at the Contemporary Arts Center (CAC), is widely unknown in the United States. She is an influential force throughout Europe, working in Vienna for the past few decades.  

Lauren Wells

Inside Artists Heads

0 Comments · Tuesday, September 23, 2008
Painter Lauren Wells says, “self-investiga tion is a bi-product of my painting process.” Through her work, she tries to better under stand the motivations behind the external self. “Typically, my stern gaze becomes the focus,” she says.   

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