Sense and Sensibility by Jennifer Perusek

There is always something so special about seeing a fashion exhibit at the Taft Museum of Art.
Over the years, it has carved out its own voice within the fashion museum landscape – especially within the fashion in film genre.

Red Studio by Ekin Erkan

This exhibition prods viewers into the role of a sleuthing detective. The works exhibited are, of course, masterful: Matisse’s vermillion fauvism needs no introduction!

Zory Inside and Out: The Pandemic Portraits

For Zory, the pandemic was the occasion for a deep dive into oneself, a time without our customary distractions of work, play, or other people. If we strip away our jobs and our households, cut out Netflix and Uber Eats, what did we find ourselves left with?

ARTclectic by Marlene Steele

ARTlectic Gallery owners, Starr and Tarry Shebesta, are boundlessly enthusiastic about the variety of talent found in the Cincinnati area…Their opening exhibition features the internationally recognized watercolors of Chris Krupinski.

Cincinnati Opera: trends and programs by Laura Hobson

A world premiere opera “Castor and Patience”, produced by Cincinnati Opera July 21 – 30 in Corbett Theater of the School for Creative and Performing Arts, drew rave reviews from critics and attendees alike.

Aeqai: July 2022 – Editor’s comments

Editor’s Comments. June 2022. The summer season is visiting upon us both the glories of nature and its furies. In these turbulent times of war, rumors of war, disasters and upheaval, one might enjoy a reasonable respite in the columns posted here that invoke the timelessness of nature’s seasonal cycles.

Michael Scott: Preternatural

What’s in a number? We learn to count. But beyond counting begins an associative relationship with this abstract process. There is 1, 2 sides, trinity, 4 corners, five fingers (counting the thumb), 6 swans-a-swimming, seven days to the week, figure eight’s, “number 9… number 9” and then, we add a zero – 10.

Contemporary Arts Center Opens Creativity Center

Contemporary Arts Center Opens Creativity Center. By Laura A. Hobson. A new horizon opens at the Contemporary Arts Center, 44 E. Sixth Street, on Oct. 8 after seven years of planning. Begun in 2021, construction for a new Creativity Center will be finished in late August. During September, staff will install nine works of art.

Visualizing the world of Octavia Butler

By Josh Beckelhimer. Shaper of God is on display through October 4, 2022. CalArts’ REDCAT gallery displays a small but notable exhibition called Shaper of God by American Artist. Artist, who legally changed their name in 2013, aptly de-centers what might be their own artistic style.

Van Gogh and European Landscape

Van Gogh and European Landscapes is what the museum calls a “Focus Exhibition”: a small, intimate affair designed to encourage us to look more carefully. It’s a nice strategy and allows curators to use just a few borrowed works as the basis for a program.