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CUISINE, ART, COCKTAILS: Celebrating Contemporary Cincinnati

Posted July 11, 2016 in

CUISINE, ART, COCKTAILS Celebrating Contemporary Cincinnati Great food. Great art. Tremendous talent. The Cincinnati region enjoys both in abundance. Now the Contemporary Arts Center is exploring the interplay between the visual and culinary arts in a lusciously... read more

(Architect Magazine) Do Ho Suh and "Unmeasurable" Architecture

Posted June 29, 2016 in

While teaching at the Rice University School of Architecture in the mid-1990s, Chinese-American architect Yung Ho Chang, AIA, shared an aspect of his life that unsettled him: Although he grew up in China, Chang attended... read more

(Enquirer) Next year for CAC: From billboards to couscous

Posted June 23, 2016 in

Highway billboards and a musical instrument split in two. Video games and a pot full of couscous. The next season of exhibits and performances at the Contemporary Arts Center features a myriad of materials and meaning... read more

(CityBeat) CAC’s Performance Series Offers ‘Radical Variety’

Posted June 22, 2016 in

It’s not an overstatement to characterize the Contemporary Arts Center’s just-announced, upcoming Black Box Performance Series as being like “nothing you’ve ever seen.” Even if you have a ticket and go, you won’t be able to... read more

(The Washington Post) Why I defended Mapplethorpe’s ‘obscene’ ‘Perfect Moment’

Posted June 10, 2016 in

On the Friday in 1990 when the collection of 175 photographs by Robert Mapplethorpe called “The Perfect Moment,” previewed at the Contemporary Arts Center in Cincinnati, 8,000 people showed up to see them. The CAC was... read more

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