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

513 345 8400

a popup exhibition created by the Art Academy of Cincinnati Exhibition Studio Class

On view through
04 December
2022

Unraveling

Unraveling is a popup exhibition created in response to the show Baseera Khan: Weight on History and is hosted by the Contemporary Arts Center.

A Co-LAB Exhibition

On view through
08 January
2023

Napoleon Maddox: What You Holdin'?

Director, MC, multimedia artist, and Cincinnati-native Napoleon Maddox will host our October-January CoLAB series and exhibition titled What You Holdin’?. Inspired by the resourcefulness of the Black Arts tradition, this program is centered around the notion of ‘designing your future and life, using your own blueprint with the materials on hand.’

Examining the complex relationship between humans and nature.

On view through
15 January
2023

On the Line: Documents of Risk and Faith

A group exhibition examining the complex relationship between humans and nature

Activism, education, and media production in trans, queer, and feminist movements

On view through
12 February
2023

Images on which to build, 1970s-1990s

Activism, education, and media production in trans, queer, and feminist movements

Poignant meditations on Black history, community, and love

On view through
12 February
2023

Cameron Granger: The Cartographer Tries to Map a Way to Heaven

Meditations on Black history and culture, and the communities that continue to thrive, persist, and love

Addressing issues of access, cultural appropriation, and migration

On view through
25 September
2023

Baseera Khan: Weight on History

Addressing issues of access, cultural appropriation, and migration

The street as a site of becoming and resistance

On view through
30 December
2025

Kahlil Robert Irving: Ground Water from screen Falls [(Collaged media) + Midwest] Street

For the lobby carpet installation, Kahlil Robert Irving integrates imagery of asphalt with pop culture references, news headlines, and digital ephemera. The artist asks viewers to reconsider their daily engagement with social media, civic community life, and the urban landscape.

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