Individually and collectively, the artworks in Dress Up, Speak Up do exactly what the exhibition title promises: they dress up, and speak loudly, colorfully, and irresistibly.
After viewing Art and Race Matters: The Career of Robert Colescott — the artist’s most comprehensive retrospective to date — it feels fair to assume that factions of society still aren’t ready for Colescott.
Art historian and curator Lowery Stokes Sims discusses why she wanted to present as complete a picture of Colescott’s work as possible in this retrospective at Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati.
Roe Ethridge combines a commercial photography practice with his personal life to create diquieting images.
CINCINNATI — What do you think of when you hear the name “Robert Mapplethorpe?”
CINCINNATI, Ohio —She fades into her own artwork, Dasha Shishkin, standing at the end of a narrow gallery on the second floor of the Contemporary Arts Center (CAC), architect Zaha Hadid’s vertical museum of odd nooks and crannies in Cincinnati, Ohio.