Tabitha Soren: Surface Tension

“I want to expose the human experience in all its anarchic complexity,” says artist Tabitha Soren. “At this moment in the United States, our differences are being used as a way to divide us. I aim to create solidarity by making photographs that express similarities in the human experience. My work is about bringing the morbidity, dread, and anxiety of […]

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Tricia Kaman: From Life

Back in March of 2018, Jolee Klugherz of Solon Center for the Arts reached out to me saying, “I noticed your work recently in the show at Lakeland Community College and was wondering if you would be interested in showing your work in our gallery? I am always looking for great local artists to exhibit in our Solon space.” And […]

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Time Travelers: MANDEM at Waterloo Arts

The dark paintings of MANDEM have an almost cinematic power, combining traditional and digital techniques in seamless layers to create personae that bleed across emotional and historical frontiers. Beginning in earnest more than a decade ago the tightly knit group made up by Maize Arendsee and Moco Steinman-Arendsee, (joined after a few years by their younger cohort Kitsuko) have evolved […]

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Ka-Pow! Comix Coming to Cleveland, Kinda! Valley Art Center Celebrates Ohio’s Unique Place in Comic History

Ohio has a long and important history with the world of comics. Lancaster, Ohio’s Richard Outcault is credited with creating the first successful newspaper comic strip Hogan’s Alley in 1895. Frederick Opper, from Madison, created the immensely popular Happy Hooligan which ran from 1900 until 1932, the same year that Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster met (CRASH!) in high school […]

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Worthington Yards Presents Material Cleveland and A Day in the Life

Cleveland was built off the steel industry and remains a place rich with locally-sourced goods like DayGlo paint, reclaimed wood from historic buildings, and fibers from the Kozo plants grown in the gardens of Hough. These are a few examples that found their way to this region’s artists. In Material Cleveland, artists capitalize on experimenting with raw materials like wood, […]

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Artists Archives of the Western Reserve and Sculpture Center Partner to Present Davis Collection of African American Art

This September, the Artists Archives of the Western Reserve in partnership with The Sculpture Center, is proud to present seenUNseen, an exhibition which combines work from the Kerry and C. Betty Davis Collection of African American Art and a curated response of Northeast Ohio artists. The story of the Davis Collection begins in Atlanta, where Kerry worked as a postman […]

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Akron Art Museum Presents Open World

Open World: Video Games & Contemporary Art Karl and Bertl Arnstein Galleries October 19–February 2 According to a 2015 Entertainment Software Association survey, 155 million Americans play video games. Visual artists are gamers too, yet video games are rarely examined as a major influence on contemporary art. Open World: Video Games & Contemporary Art draws attention to this phenomenon through […]

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Art House: Ephemera

My mind fills with ideas, linked together like a string of summer festivals running through the city. These different topics are related by the vibrant energy that art generates. What is common to all festivals? It is the magic of being in the moment that the visual and performing arts invite. This is also how children approach making. During a […]

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Honoring Douglas Max Utter

Celebrating our 35th anniversary, ARTneo is proud to pay tribute to exhibiting artist and art critic Douglas Max Utter at this year’s Annual Benefit Brunch hosted at ARTneo. Douglas Max Utter is a celebrated regional expressionist painter who has participated in over 150 exhibitions during his career. We hope that you will join us in recognizing this outstanding Cleveland artist […]

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