Working Together: The Photographers of the Kamoinge Workshop

The Cincinnati Art Museum is featuring a traveling exhibition of the work of a Black photography collective formed in New York City in the early 60’s. The Kamoinge Workshop emerged in1963 when a Harlem-based group of black photographers came together to share friendship and technical knowledge and, most importantly, a mutual philosophy that photography could […]

A Thought Is a River at the Carnegie

The group exhibition, A Thought Is a River at the Carnegie (Covington, KY) gathers and places both sculpture and painting in collective relationships to one another. Some works appear to be excavated from deep within the earth, while others are industrial and integrate artificial structuring. Collectively, the work undulates the passage of time; their materials […]

Against the Received View of Art History: Curatorship as Genealogical Meaning-Making

Shin Gallery’s newest exhibition, Amalgamation: Celebrating 10 Years of Shin Gallery, on view until April 23, 2022, is perhaps one of the most unique gallery shows I have seen. This is due to both the exhibition’s a-chronological curatorship and the opportunity to view old masters and so-called “blue chip” art historical bastions alongside “outsider artists,” […]

Kennedy Heights Arts Center: New Exhibits and New Programs

Kennedy Heights Arts Center offers new exhibits and programs continuing its outreach and diversity mission, according to Executive Director Ellen Muse-Lindeman. For example, Juneteenth Cincinnati Presents Voices of Freedom from February 26 to April 16 at the Lindner Annex, 6620 Montgomery Road. It is an exhibition of commissioned new works by ten artists, eight of […]