Editor’s comments.   March Post 2023

While the Cincinnati Spring rollercoaster ride continuesl, Aeqai covers several exciting exhibitions for your avid interest. Two features in the NCECA spotlight: Jorge Rodriguez reviews Unlikely Assemblages at the Annex gallery, Pendleton. The Cincinnati Art Museum contributes to the NCECA conference be sponsoring the ceramic artist residency of Robert Luogo, Check out the coverage of […]

Unlikely Assemblages: Clay as a Different Brush

A selection of works in ceramics from the Fine Arts Ceramic Center (FACC), belonging to the Museum of Contemporary Art of the Americas at Kendall, traveled to Cincinnati to be presented to the public as part of the 57th Conference of the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts, Current, held from March 15th […]

It’s All About Love

Roberto Lugo : Hi Def Archives March 17–September 24, 2023 Cincinnati Art Museum, Cincinnati, Ohio While the motto in real estate is “location, location, location,” an important motto in the minds of many current art world movers and shakers is “identity, identity, identity.” The Cincinnati Art Museum has really stepped up in this regard yet […]

Another World: The Transcendental Painting Group: 1938-1945

… on view until June 19, 2023 at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art explores a uniquely American art movement. Taking inspiration from their New Mexico habitat, eleven avant-garde painters explored abstract imagery and motifs that still invoke spirituality, mysticism, and transcendence.

The Prints of Saitō Kiyoshi: Bold Expressions

Saito Kiyoshi was a self-taught woodblock print artist who developed a distinctive semi-abstract style. Follow his career as he rose to international fame in the mid-twentieth century.

American Sign Museum is Expanding

The museum will extend exhibition space into the annex for a total of 40,000-square feet.  Director Cynthia Kearns said, “By expanding into an undeveloped adjacent space, the American Sign Museum will continue to tell the story of American history through the conservation and preservation of historic signs.” The entire collection resides on one floor that’s […]