The Geometry of Tigers

William Scheele’s Kokoon Arts Gallery, with its low bank of windows and curved metallic partition wall at 78th Street Studios, is a mixture of worlds. Past meets future here, in a two-level room that’s a cross between the bridge of a starship and an eighteenth century wunderkammer – with an emphasis on the “wunder.” Scheele’s stock-in-trade is really his openness […]






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Fusing Cultures Through the Arts Cleveland Foundation program brings the world to Cleveland

  Is the Cleveland arts community ready for the world? For that matter, is the world ready for the Cleveland arts community? Creative Fusion, a Cleveland Foundation program that brings artists from all over the globe to northeast Ohio, answers both questions with a resounding yes. And both Cleveland and the world are better for the experience.   Creative Fusion […]






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Love, Terror, and Happy Accidents: Kate Gilmore at MOCA Cleveland

The nascent years of the 21st century have been shaped by subjectivity, identity politics, and social media, wherein identity is not only self-branded as subjective, but carefully crafted for public consumption. In that context it’s rare to find art that has the potential to resonate broadly. Many of Kate Gilmore’s works, however, are exceptional representations of (dare I say) “universal” […]






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Summer Events

June 7 – 9 Pull Ask “what does work mean to you?” and it’s a good question anywhere in the world. But in Cleveland and other rust belt cities, we’ve got work on our minds in a big way. The entire population is made up of people who came to work—or their parents and grandparents did. The latest to come […]






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Thomas French Fine Art Spring Preview

This spring, Thomas French Fine Art is pleased to announce three exciting online exhibitions on  thomasfrenchfineart.com, as well as our participation in the Northern Ohio Art Dealers Association (NOADA) Art Expo  May 10-12 in Cleveland, at which we will feature the work of African American artist Sedrick Huckaby.   Architecture + Urbanism in April will feature a wide selection of architectural studies of the urban environment.  Historically, artists’ work has […]






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Northern Ohio Art Dealers Association Announces Expo 2013

The Northern Ohio Art Dealers Association (NOADA) presents its annual ARTExpo May 10 through 12, 2013 at the Bidwell Foundation’s Transformer Station, 1460 West 29th Street, in Cleveland’s historic Ohio City neighborhood. NOADA member galleries and dealers participating in ARTExpo 2013 are 1point 618, Bonfoey Gallery, William Busta  Gallery, Thomas French Fine Art, Harris Stanton Gallery, Kenneth Paul Lesko Gallery, Thomas R. Riley Galleries,  Shaheen Modern & Contemporary Art, Tregoning & Company, and […]






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Cleveland Institute of Music Opera Stars for Westlake-Westshore Arts Council

Distinguished Opera stars of tomorrow will appear in an FYI Opera program brought to you by Westlake-Westshore Arts  Council at Westlake Porter Public Library, 27333 Center Ridge Road on April 2nd at 7:30pm. This program, in its 22nd season running, will preview the Cleveland Institute of Music’s upcoming productions of “Great Scenes from Great  Opera.”   Each April, CIM showcases its opera students in scenes reflecting a wide variety of […]






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Generous Donors: The Print Club of Cleveland

The designation of a gallery specifically for print exhibitions when the Cleveland Museum of Art’s new building opened in  1916 emphasizes the importance of prints at the museum. However, the real impetus for the growth of print collecting came in December 1919 when the museum’s board of trustees established the Department of Prints and appointed Ralph  Thrall King, a museum trustee, to act as volunteer curator. King immediately initiated […]






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