CAN Triennial Exhibition Prize Search is On

With the opening celebration for CAN Triennial July 8 at the Morgan Conservatory, and the opening of all exhibits the following day, the curatorial search for the artists who will win CAN Triennial 2022 Exhibition Prizes is on. In the first two weeks of the exhibitions—completing their searches by July 22—curators and other representatives from nine regional museums and other […]

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FRONT Futures Fellows: Three Is Not Enough

Sometimes three is a crowd. Other times it is not enough. When FRONT International Cleveland Triennial for Contemporary Art initially announced its Futures Fellowships, the commitment was that three Cleveland artists of Color would be selected as fellows, each winning significant support in the form of a $25,000 cash award, plus organized, art-related travel (both internationally and within the US), […]

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Where We Overlap, at moCa

Where We Overlap, on view in the Lewis Gallery at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Cleveland (moCa), is a shining example of the age old adage “We are more similar than we are different.”   Curator Davon Brantley paired several artists with seemingly different styles and approaches, so that they could learn from each other and collaborate on works of art […]

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A New KINK on Waterloo

Momentum in the art scene or in a neighborhood is at best something that can’t be measured. The laws of physics do not apply. Still there is something to it, something precious and easily lost, but also something to build upon.  KINK Contemporary co-owners Anna Young and McKenzie Beynon build on their gallery’s momentum in two ways this summer with […]

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Photocentric: A Good Run

Photocentric Gallery–the white-walled venue in North Collinwood that provided space dedicated to art grounded in or connected to photography–will close June 1. The gallery was the anchor tenant in the revitalization of Waterloo’s famous “Gold Building,” and for that reason alone its two-and-a-half year run will have lasting impact. “While we had some exciting photographic exhibitions, performances and outdoor events, […]

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