Arbus • Sherman • Woodman: American Photography from the 1960s and 1970s. The Columbus Museum of Art.
The Columbus Museum of Arts mines its photography collection to produce a previously hidden treat of an exhibition highlighting three exceptional American women photographers of the late 20th century, all working in New York City, each of whom significantly changed the medium as an art form.
Career trajectories are diverse, random highways leading to intersections, and in the professional life of Christina Vassallo, Director of the Cincinnati Contemporary Arts Center for only two months, it is a treasure trove of unusual experiences.
Deborah Morrissey-McGoff’s enigmatic paintings capture the beauty and power of landscape as an emotional and dramatic messenger. The exhibition “Sanctuary” examines her journey as a painter, surveying several decades of her prolific output.
Elaine Stocki opens the rabbit hole. Mixing vivid color and raised canvasses, an artist imagines another world.