Former director Christopher Lynn surveys iconic Cleveland alternative space, SPACES, from its experimental roots through its more formal formations at its fortieth anniversary.
By allowing autonomy and assertion to work at once, ideas are presented while they resist being coopted or subsumed.
For Gill, that the idea for the photograph had always been a one liner – just one that took a very long time to get to, and required a road trip with three other people.
“It’s All Been Done Before”‘s premise acknowledges photography’s unique predicament and embraces it. What do you do when there is nothing new under the sun?
Fragments of an Unknowable Whole at Urban Arts Space, the Ohio State University’s off-campus space for contemporary art in downtown Columbus, brought together twenty-one artists with varying approaches to lens-based art.
Conflating the miraculous with notions of chance and arbitrariness, Sheilah Wilson’s work alludes to religious motifs from a perspective of a sincere and heartbroken skeptic.
I recently got together with Columbus-based Artist Ryland Wharton to discuss heavy metal records, building a library and his newly launched art space, The Center For Ongoing Research and Projects (COR&P).
Zygote Press has been an important resource to the Cleveland art community for the past sixteen years, offering affordable print shop access, workshops, residencies, and exhibitions.