Oberlin Exhibitions Explore Legacy of the Slave Trade, Everyday Objects of Asia, and Ukiyo-e Prints

THE REMARKABLE BREADTH of the Allen Memorial Art Museum’s collection shines in three exhibitions that run through late May at Oberlin College. Afterlives of the Black Atlantic presents works from the United States, Europe, Latin America, the Caribbean, and Africa that explore the complexities of memory, identity, and belonging in the wake of the transatlantic slave trade. The exhibition—commemorating 400 […]

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2019: Art House, Inc. Turns Twenty

Reflecting back, 2019 was special, bringing awards and new partners. This year also holds exciting events. We are celebrating Art House’s twentieth birthday in a number of ways that honor the past and look to the future. The exhibition, Artists of Art House: ArtTeaches at 78th Street Studios (August 15 through October 18) was a collection of works made by artists who teach—or […]

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Time Travel: New Paintings by David King

Time Travel: New Paintings by David King offers a sense of nostalgia in an unexpected way. King, first-prize winner of ARTneo’s Cleveland Creates 2017 exhibition, gives faded memories a sense of urgency and puzzlement. The bright fluorescent colors and expressive paint application jolt the viewer’s perceptions of the vintage candid photography source materials that inspire his paintings. David King writes of […]

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Year in Review

As we reflect on the passing year, we would like to offer our thanks and acknowledge our loyal clients, fervent collectors, and talented artists. Thank you for supporting our mission and for being a part of our journey. We began 2019 with a celebration of women, featuring the works of eleven regional artists in our show Engaging Women. Leslye Discont […]

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Examining Black Images

For the past few weeks, I’ve been a part of a class at Kent State University entitled Black Images, taught by Dr. Asantewa Sunni-Ali through the Center of Pan-African Culture. Over these weeks, I attended class as a student, with the final goal of helping curate an art exhibit with the students centered around what they would learn in class. […]

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Table for Two

THE HUNTINGTON CONVENTION CENTER is pleased to continue its partnership with The Artists Archives of the Western Reserve (AAWR) through 2019 and into the spring of 2020. In February, The Foundations show will be replaced with Table for Two: Harriet Moore Ballard and Patricia Zinsmeister Parker. Ballard and Parker have long enjoyed a friendship, and that common bond, combined with […]

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Timeless Vision in the Galleries at CSU

2020 season, Timeless Vision: Earth, Sea and Sky, curated by our new assistant gallery director Kendall Christian. The exhibition will open with a reception on Friday, January 31, from 5:00 to 8:00pm. Gallery conversations with artists and the curator will begin at 6:00pm. The exhibition includes artwork by local and regional, as well as internationally recognized artists working in the […]

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