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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