Conjoined Human Parts at BAYarts

Conjoined Human Parts is an exhibition that focuses on John R. Nativio’s interpretation of the human figure. Rather than simple rendering, though, this exhibit puts the emphasis on subjective abstraction and reinterpretation—the disassembling and reintegration of the figure through the mind of the artist. To varying degrees, this perspective is present in each of the three disciplines in the show. […]

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Production Reproduction: Zygote Press bets on Cleveland and opens an annex in Collinwood

WHEN THE GREAT Cleveland-based Op-Artist Julian Stanczak painted an eye-popping response to the new MOCA building and donated it to boost the organization’s capital campaign, director Jill Snyder saw an even larger opportunity: a way to amplify the effect of the gift, to let more patrons participate in the occasion, and at the same time help MOCA raise more money: […]

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Krew, Mozart, and Levy Star in Westlake-Westshore Arts Council Fall Programs

Judi Krew returns to Westlake Porter Public Library on Tuesday, September 17th at 7 pm. Her program, “Fascinating Faces from Interesting Places” promises a delightful discussion of her colorful pastel portraits. The program begins with a “how and why,” followed by a PowerPoint of faces and their stories. Krew lives in Canton, Ohio, where she works in a downtown arts […]

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The Art of Drawing

This Fall Thomas French Fine Art’s online exhibition will showcase The Art of Drawing. Honoring the traditions of draughtsmanship over the last five centuries, The Art of Drawing will include works by Old Master, European, Modernist, Contemporary, and Ohio artists. The oldest work in the exhibition will be Luca Cambiaso’s Woman with Four Children from the mid-1560s, which scholars have […]

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Good Mourning from The Sculpture Center

Artist Nicholas Fenell guest curates his first exhibition, Made in Mourning, in collaboration with the East Cleveland Township Cemetery (1621 E 118 St). The sculptures, videos, mixed media pieces and a “ghost” bike memorial, on view at both the Sculpture Center and the cemetery, are public and private displays of mourning made in both direct and abstracted response to loss. […]

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