Print makers of all kinds know the joy and drama of revealing a new impression—the moment when the paper is pulled from the plate, and a fresh new image is born, seemingly all at once, in the time it takes to pass through a press. Of course there were hours, maybe days – depending on the type of print and […]
It’s not just anyone who can donate of a body of work to the Cleveland Museum of Art and have it accepted, much less exhibited in a one-person career-spanning retrospective. But Ann Baumann’s 2005 gift of works by her father Gustave Baumann made the cut. Indeed, the museum followed the artist’s career since the early 20th century, lucky for us. […]
Claudio Orso’s Panta Rhei, on view at the Bostwick Design Art Initiative through March 10, is a big exhibit that resonates beyond its walls. It surveys some of the prolific artist’s most important work of the last half-decade or so, representing two aspects of his career: on the one hand, there are larger-than-life masks, costumes, and puppet figures made for […]
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