There are no “outsiders” in this exhibition at the Cincinnati Art Museum.
The painting, discovered by a Cincinnati Art Museum conservator, might be one of the Post-Impressionist painter’s first self-portraits.
The sixth edition of the largest photography biennial in the US will consider lens-based art’s documentation of life on earth, and the notion of breaking records.
Artist Magnus Juliano was the target of threatening comments after police called for the removal of his painting “Off the Pig” from the Cincinnati Art Museum.
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.