Jessica Segall’s work displays the physical vestiges of asylum-seekers’ journeys, but with no real evidence of the individual.
In Response to Rampant Mass Shootings, Artists Offer a Visceral Reality
A show of new works at SPACES asked six artists to research and interpret key concepts connected with gun violence.
The Andy Warhol Foundation Is Expanding Its National Reach
The Andy Warhol Foundation will distribute $1.4 million to organizations for artist-driven projects across 14 cities.
Cleveland Mounts Global Triennial But Local Artists Are Largely Overlooked
No one art festival can do everything, but FRONT has made a bold inaugural effort to establish itself as a new art destination.
Grappling with Racism Past and Present in Segregated Cleveland
Exhibitions by Imani Roach, Soda_Jerk, and Anthony Warnick at SPACES gallery explore American racial prejudice across different periods of time.
During the RNC, Two Art Projects Amplify the Voices of Ohio’s Citizens
CLEVELAND — Every television ad is for a presidential candidate, the phone rings off the hook with endless robocalls, and people from all over the country knock on the door to make sure I know where to vote.
Before Protesting at the Republican National Convention, Learn to Protect Your Phone
CLEVELAND — If you’re a smartphone-wielding protestor in Cleveland this week, you might want to make a pit stop at SPACES on your way downtown to the Republican National Convention.
Art that Exposes the Theater of Politics
CLEVELAND — In a drawing by cartoonist Edward Freska, the bald eagle that represents the United States on the country’s Great Seal is injured.