On the heels of reports of a $31 million economic impact from its first go-round, FRONT has named its co-artistic directors for the second, 2021 iteration iteration of the international, Cleveland triennial for contemporary art. A Press release follows: CLEVELAND: Prem Krishnamurthy and Tina Kukielski have been named Co-Artistic Directors for the second edition of FRONT International: Cleveland Triennial for […]Read more
In Cleveland’s art world, 2018 was a year of landmark exhibits, new beginnings and portentious change, sometimes all rolled into single events. Here’s a look at some of the milestones, and what they will mean in 2019 and beyond. Triennials: The most noteworthy events of 2018 both included the word “triennial,” and both coordinated broad realms of the region’s art […]Read more
Leave your car behind and make your way easily from hub to hub of FRONT International Cleveland Triennial for Contemporary Art, CAN Triennial, and the restaurants and other nightlife of Gordon Square when you ride the free shuttle between downtown Cleveland, FRONT’s Hingetown location, the CAN Triennial at 78th Street Studios, and the restaurants and theatres of the Gordon Square Arts […]Read more
Below is a breaking announcement from the leadership of FRONT International Cleveland Triennial for Contemporary Art. Watch for updates as they become available. Find Douglas Max Utter’s Fall 2017 interview with Jens Hoffmann here: Interview from the FRONT FRONT International Announces Changes to Artistic Team CLEVELAND, Ohio (November 27, 2017) – FRONT International: Cleveland Triennial for Contemporary Art announced today […]Read more
The Cleveland Foundation Presents – Creative Fusion: Art can change the world. Or at least Cleveland.
When my wife Laura and I opened Transformer Station in early 2013, we hoped it would be an artistic success. After almost five years, 20 exhibitions and scores of concerts and events, I think we can claim progress towards that goal. The success that we didn’t expect was the impact our investment had in the neighborhood. The lively sidewalk scene […]Read more