Scale Models: “Alice F. and Harris K. Weston Collection” at the Cincinnati Art Museum
What does Pop Art have in common with Surrealism? The works in the Weston donation to the C.A.M. help us rethink some things we thought we knew about American art in the final third of the 20th century.
Review: Galloping Through Dynasties Exhibit
Did you know that in ancient China horses danced for emperors? Or that painters used horses as symbols for both prosperity and protest? Galloping Through Dynasties at the Cincinnati Art Museum uses new research and important loaned works from around the world to tell a fascinating story of the evolution of horse images in China over the course of 3,000 years.
Charley Harper Sculpture Unveiled in Springfield Township
World-renowned artist Charley Harper’s memory lives on. Executive Director Kim Flamm, ArtsConnect in Springfield Township, called Charley Harper’s son Brett and talked to him about a sculpture made in Charley’s memory. After he agreed, she put out a call for artists earlier this year for a sculpture to be placed on the corner of Winton […]
Raúl Cañibano: Inside the Cuban Experience
“You have a fraction of a second to express the essence of what is happening, to tell a story using the camera, light and shapes as tools.” Raul Canibano
All Falls Down: Architectural Heritage Effaced, The Universal Tale of two Cities, two Countries
In the Annex Gallery’s second room is a double exhibit of images entitled “All Falls Down. This show consists of photographs by Lebanese photographer Gregory Buchakjian and Cincinnati artist Bill Howe documenting the impact of the abandoned, neglected homes and buildings in their respective cities of Beirut and Cincinnati. Curated by Saad Ghosn, these losses […]