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Bacher Was The Original

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 26, 2008
In her review of Ryan McGinness' art exhibition Aesthetic Comfort ('Dark and Dizzy,' issue of Nov. 12), Laura James states that the artist has created something "entirely original." I've been a great fan of McGinness' work since I first saw it at the Contemporary Arts Center's Beautiful Losers.  

Andy Warhol Show Smashingly Chronicles His Life and Times

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 5, 2008
Having seen the big Andy Warhol Retrospective show in Los Angeles in 2002, I had thought I was Warholed out. I had seen plenty of his invigorating, breakthrough pop art of the early 1960s. But enough.  

CAM Takes a Chance with China Design Now

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 22, 2008
China Design Now, which just opened at Cincinnati Art Museum (CAM) and will be there until Jan. 11, 2009, stands poised to be a high-profile exhibition for the museum.   

Onstage: Durango

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 1, 2008
In Julia Cho’s new play Durango is getting its Midwestern premiere at the Cincinnati Playhouse. This fine play not only describes a road trip, but it will make everyone who sees it think about where they might be going. Tuesday-Sunday. Through Oct. 19.   

'80s Comeback

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 1, 2008
Vaughn (now with Dayton's Lab Partners) are Jesse Ebaugh, the jaw-dropping bassist for Pearlene, and Dave Colvin, who played with Shesus (of which Wennerstrom was also once a member).  

Minding the Gap

A (footnoted) roundtable discussion with key members of Cincinnati’s next generation of gallerists

0 Comments · Tuesday, September 23, 2008
Fifteen graffiti artists from around the country. … But mostly (we show) local artists and outsider artists. Those are my two specialties as I’m learning this busi ness. … The gallery opened April 2. I’m a newbie.   

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