Lake View: Barney Taxel’s photo meditation on Cleveland’s landmark cemetery


  The parks and public gardens movement in America started with the development of landscaped cemeteries, early in the nineteenth century. One of its most glorious products is Lake View Cemetery here in Cleveland, established in 1869 on a beautiful hillside overlooking Lake Erie. Lake View serves as the final resting place for many of the notable figures of nineteenth- […]

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Welcome to the Neighborhood: Roese, Ratusnik, Ries, and Pribojan examine their surroundings


  For 28 years, the Harris Stanton Gallery has been a fixture of the Akron art scene, and the broader Northeast Ohio creative community. Last year, the boutique opened a Cleveland location. To mark its first anniversary in its second home, Harris Stanton Gallery is welcoming and re-introducing itself to the neighborhood. In late August, four painters will display visual […]

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ArtFace Robert Maschke, FAIA

Robert Maschke, as photographed by Herbert Ascherman, Jr.

  In 2015, Cleveland Arts Prize winning architect Robert Maschke celebrates the 10th anniversary of the opening of his gallery, 1point618, on Detroit Avenue in the Gordon Square Arts District. The first exhibition there was Recent Works by Christos Koutsouras, which opened July 30, 2005. Since then Maschke has presented more than 80 shows. His architectural work has had aesthetic […]

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