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(CityBeat) Embracing the Weirdness

Posted October 07, 2015 in

"Roberto Carlos Lange’s music, performed under the moniker Helado Negro, celebrates his Latin heritage in ways both obvious — he often sings in Spanish and there’s a breezily funky vibe to his textured electronic soundscapes... read more

(Smithsonian) When Art Fought the Law and the Art Won

Posted October 02, 2015 in

"Twenty-five years ago, art was put on trial in a highly publicized and political showdown. The Mapplethorpe obscenity trial—the first time a museum was taken to court on criminal charges related to works on display—became... read more

(New York Times) Mapplethorpe Print at Center of Culture Wars Returns to Public Eye

Posted October 01, 2015 in

"Twenty-five years ago this month, a Cincinnati jury wrote an exclamation point into the story of the culture wars that were raging through art museums and academia. The jury acquitted that city’s Contemporary Arts Center... read more

(Enquirer) What Design Week means for Cincinnati's Creatives

Posted September 27, 2015 in

"It all comes down to talent. Elizabeth Olson, former Procter & Gamble vice president of design, said the Cincinnati region is a global powerhouse when it comes to creativity with the arts, educational institutions and businesses... read more

(e-flux) Mark Mothersbaugh: Myopia

Posted September 25, 2015 in

Popular music, movies and art collide in artist Mark Mothersbaugh’s exhibition Myopia. This retrospective, organized by MCA Denver, will bring together the first comprehensive presentation of the Akron, Ohio-born Mothersbaugh’s art and music from the... read more

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