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On March 3, Manifest Drawing Center in East Walnut Hills will host an Uncommon Roots panel discussion on unique artistic visions and unusual photographic practices. 

Matt Zory really knows Music Hall. Not only is he a member of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, but he's also an acclaimed photographer who chronicled the recent renovation of the historic venue. 

A Photographic Look At The Best Local Record Stores

Oct 13, 2017

A new photo book celebrating Cincinnati record stores has been released, just in time for gift-giving season. 

The photographs of Lars Anderson are featured in an exhibit currently on display at Iris BookCafe and Gallery in OTR. 

Book Review: "Ohio In Photographs"

May 19, 2017

Book Review: Jane Durrell reviews Ohio In Photographs: A Portrait of the Buckeye State by photographers Ian Adams and Randall Schieber.

Grace Project

The loss of a woman's breasts to cancer can take an emotional and psychological toll and affect how she views herself as a woman. Photographer Charise Isis founded the Grace Project to empower women who have had mastectomies, creating portraits showing the strength and beauty of cancer survivors.

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This Friday, the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center will present the world premier of the exhibition, Mandela: The Journey to Ubuntu. The exhibition commemorates the life and legacy of former South African President Nelson Mandela through the photographs of Matthew Willman

The National Underground Railroad Freedom Center opens its next major exhibition in conjunction with South African documentary photographer Matthew Willman

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Matt Zory is a bassist with the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra and an acclaimed photographer who has been documenting the renovation of the CSO's home, Music Hall

Local pediatric dentist Dr. Paul Sohi has released a beautiful photo book of rare and unique flowers native to his home in India. 

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Photographer C. Smith has been capturing images of people and places from in and around Cincinnati for more than 60 years. 

One of the most popular Instagram accounts belongs to National Geographic, with submissions from the best nature and wildlife photographers on the planet. 

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

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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

Local musician and photographer Maurice Mattei will be exhibiting his series of photographs taken over a 30 year period in Italy. 

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Humanitarian photographer Lisa Kristine, who specializes in indigenous peoples worldwide, uses her powerful images and intimate portrayals to elevate awareness of social causes such as modern slavery. The United Nations estimates there are approximately 27 to 30 million individuals caught in the slave trade industry today.

Local poet Tasha Golden (from the band Ellery) has collaborated with celebrated photographer Michael Wilson on her just-released book of poetry.

Jane Durrell has a review of Ian Adams’ latest collection of images, A Photographer’s Guide to Ohio, Vol 2.

Malton Art Gallery is featuring the Big Red Machine baseball images of photographer Sarge Marsh and he’s with Jane Durrell along with gallery owner Sylvia Rombis to discuss this four-day show entitled All Star Vision.

Art Review: Jane Durrell reviews ¡Ándele!: Mexico in Plossu from French photographer Bernard Plossu, now on exhibit at the Iris BookCafe and Gallery on Main Street in OTR.

War photographer Lynsey Addario’s memoir It’s What I Do is the story of how the relentless pursuit of truth, in virtually every major theater of war in the twenty-first century, has shaped her life.

The Skirball Museum at Cincinnati’s Hebrew Union College celebrates the work of three important Cincinnati photographers – Daniel Ransohoff, George Rosenthal and Ben Rosen in their FotoFocus exhibit, Documenting Cincinnati’s Neighborhoods, running through December 21. Museum Director Abby Schwartz joins our Anne Arenstein with details of the exhibit and the importance of these historic photos.

Local photographer Jymi Bolden’s work is part of a current exhibit, OTR: Main Street – Under the Radar, on display at the Art Beyond Boundaries gallery on Main Street. He’s in the studio with Jane Durrell to talk about the exhibition and growth and success of the gallery.

Tyler Shields is an exciting young photographer, director and writer from Los Angeles whose work is humorous, super-sexy, thought-provoking and often contains a biting critique on today's consumer-culture.

Blue Roots and Uncommon Wealth: the Kentucky Photographs of Carey Gough and Guy Mendes is the FotoFocus exhibit at Over the Rhine’s Iris Bookcafé. Jane Durrell sits down with both artists to discuss this unique exhibit.

As Cincinnati continues celebrating the Foto Focus Biennial, a series of exhibits and talks about photography and lens-based art, David Delegator talks to one of the country’s leading experts on digital photography, Tom Ang, about his 30th book, Photography: The Definitive Visual History.

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Local photographer Emily Buddendeck has a new exhibit opening at the NVision shop and gallery in Northside that is part of this year’s Foto Focus city-wide celebration of photography and lens-based art. She joins Jane Durrell to preview the exhibit which opens on October 1.

  The FotoFocus Biennial is a month-long celebration of photography and lens-based art in Cincinnati, as local artists join with artists from across the country to engage and enrich the community through photography and film.

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