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The Grand Visions of Garry Winogrand

Cincinnati Art Museum highlights Winogrand's photography

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 27, 2009
‘Garry Winogrand would move fast through the streets, see things happening, maybe across an intersection, would move to that area, firing off his Leica, the wide-angle lens essentially pre-focused, moving with the camera, the energy, the kineticism of the street coming through.”  

The Places Where People Aren't

Michael Wilson displays 'small things' at the Weston Art Gallery

0 Comments · Wednesday, April 8, 2009
I've seen Michael Wilson's photographs of major musicians like Over the Rhine, Lyle Lovett, Phillip Glass and B.B. King and start asking questions. He's so humble about his work it's almost unnerving. "See, at the Weston Gallery, they’re calling it a mid-career retrospective, which is probably as good a term as any," Wilson says. "For the most part, it will be drawn from 30 years of work that would have been done just for myself. Personal work."  

Breaking Convention

David Rosenthal has high hopes for his newly opened Prairie Gallery

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 25, 2009
David Rosenthal, talking in the bare-bones middle room of his new Northside gallery, says, "I'm hoping to provide a place where photography can be done by lots of people and can reach into different areas in lots of different ways."  

Houdini's Box (Review)

Art Beyond Boundaries Gallery celebrates the magic of photography

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 29, 2008
"The theme of 'Houdini's Box' is all-encompassing," explains Jymi Bolden, director of Art Beyond Boundaries Gallery. He put this exhibition together to showcase a diverse range of photographers working with film and digital techniques in what he calls "a magic act."   

James Crump

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0 Comments · Tuesday, September 23, 2008
James Crump just arrived in Cincinnati to serve as the Cincinnati Art Museum’s new curator of pho tography.   

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