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Introducing Cincinnati's New Gallery 708

Feb 17, 2017

A new artist owned & operated gallery is open in downtown Cincinnati. 

The Middletown Arts Center offers a wide variety of classes, exhibitions and even a program that gets art out into the community. 

East Walnut Hills' Manifest, now 12 years old, continues to add new programs and present provocative exhibitions. 

The Carnegie in Covington is currently displaying two unique art installations featuring local artists. 

Echoes is the title of the new exhibition by artist Stephen Rolfe Powell, currently on display at the Marta Hewett Gallery

The Greenwich in Walnut Hills is currently hosting a group art show called Music To My Soul, featuring photography, painting, and sculpture. 

Now on exhibit at the Cincinnati Art Museum is a collection of Vincent Van Gogh’s landscape paintings entitled Van Gogh: Into the Undergrowth

As part of this year’s FotoFocus, the Cincinnati Skirball Museum, located in Clifton at Hebrew Union College, is presenting Columbus photographer James Friedman’s exhibit 12 Nazi Concentration Camps

Local photographer and video producer Ann Segal exhibits Under One Roof: From Bauhaus to Our House, an intimate conversation with Cincinnati photographers Anita Douthat and Cal Kowal as part of this year’s FotoFocus

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A month-long celebration of photography and lens-based art is underway.  FotoFocus Biennial 2016 features more than 60 exhibits and over 100 events at participating venues throughout Cincinnati and the surrounding region. 

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The final exhibit curated by Cincinnati Art Museum’s Curator of Photography Brian Sholis before his move to Toronto is the first major museum survey of the Lexington Camera Club’s artistic achievements. 

As part of FotoFocus, Cincinnati’s biennial celebration of the photographic arts, the Art Beyond Boundaries gallery will present the group show PhotoSpeak

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There is a reason Cincinnati has adopted the flying pig as its unofficial mascot. It's a  reminder of the city's early days, when the pork processing industry was so vital to the city's local life and economy Cincinnati was known as Porkopolis. 

Jane Durrell welcomes gallery owner Dick Waller and artist Joe Girandola into the studio to talk about the exhibition Continental Divide: Standing on the Edge in Over the Rhine, now showing through September 30. 

Currently on display in the Brazee Street Studio's C-LINK Gallery is their 6th Annual Kid's Exhibition

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