Contemporary Arts Center
Lois & Richard Rosenthal Center
for Contemporary Art
44 E. 6th Street,
Cincinnati, OH 45202

513 345 8400


(CityBeat) Past, Present, Future

"Blah concrete no longer dominates the Contemporary Arts Center lobby. But, ironically, a gray palette defines one of two new...

Press Releases

CAC Season Preview 2015 - 2016

CAC SEASON PREVIEW 2015–2016The Contemporary Arts Center is pleased to announce its upcoming exhibitions. Curator Steven Matijcio says that "The...


(ArtNews) ArtsPrize 2015 Jurors Include CAC Curator Steven Matijcio

"Today in Grand Rapids, the city’s annual “radically open, international art competition” ArtPrize announced the jurors for it’s 2015 Grand...


(CityBeat) CAC Takes Audiences Into the Deep, Dark Woods

"Want to take a contemplative walk in the woods? The Contemporary Arts Center is offering a chance to see nature...


(Cincinnati Refined) CAC Redefined, Ep. 3: The New Lobby

"I just got off the phone with Metrobot (you know, the super cool robot structure across from Nada), and he...


(WCPO) 25 Years After Mapplethorpe

"Dennis Barrie admits he doesn’t get back to Cincinnati very often, just a handful of times since April 7, 1990,...


(WVXU) CAC Unveils Redesigned Lobby

"Crews are putting the finishing touches on the remodeled Contemporary Arts Center (CAC) lobby. There's a new entrance sign,...


(WCPO) CAC Set to Unveil New Lobby

"CINCINNATI – One of the most important and architecturally acclaimed buildings in Cincinnati has undergone a bit of facelift to...


(CBC) Go Inside the CAC's New Front Door

"The Contemporary Arts Center in downtown Cincinnati will reveal its new look to the public this week, but theBusiness Courier...


(CityBeat) A Lot of Sorrow

"As Steven Matijcio, curator of the Contemporary Arts Center, puts it about the Icelandic artist Ragnar Kjartansson, “Boy, he’s really...


(Enquirer) Can You Listen to the Same Song for Six Hours?


(Enquirer) Pornography or Art? 25th Anniversary of the Mapplethorpe Exhibition

"The Perfect Moment was never that. Not in Cincinnati, anyway. Or not until the end.When workers began unloading a truck...

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