Looking for Love Through Our Collection

Posted on February 10, 2011 by ClevelandArt

By Carrie Reese
Marketing and Communications Intern

Valentine’s Day marks an interesting ideology cross point in American culture. Some people hate it, others love it. Regardless your view, you can’t escape it. So, why not celebrate it through art, finding out what the “meaning” of Valentine’s Day is really about. Or what it isn’t about.

Mysteries Unveiled at Museum After Midnight

Posted on October 29, 2010 by ClevelandArt

Gather round while we tell some spine-chilling Cleveland Museum of Art ghost stories sure to get you in the spooky spirit. These stories are collected by Carolyn Ivanye, protection services operation manager, who keeps a record of mysterious events that occur in the museum. Come in closer, grab hold of a loved one and don’t look behind you!

Paola Morsiani Previews Artist Omer Fast’s Visit to Discuss The Casting

Posted on July 6, 2010 by ClevelandArt
The Casting by Omer Fast is  contemporary video art that features narratives about love and war while grappling with questions of memory and recollection. In this dialogue, Paola Morsiani, curator of contemporary art, shares her thoughts about this artwork which is currently on view at the museum. The Casting was acquired by the museum in 2008.

Bringing Forth the Fruits of Righteousness from Darkness

Posted on November 24, 2009 by ClevelandArt

“Art goes on in your head. If you said something interesting, that might be a title for a work of art and I'd write it down. Art comes from everywhere. It's your response to your surroundings. There are on-going ideas I've been working out for years, like how to make a rainbow in a gallery. I've always got a massive list of titles, of ideas for shows, and of works without titles.” – Damien Hirst


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