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Cleveland Art, January/February 2018

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  • Magazine Issue
Published: December 27, 2017
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Graphic Discontent

The urgency, drama, and despair of world events are mirrored in the work of German and Austrian artists before, during, and after World War I (1914–18). The Expressionists—as they became known collectively—railed against traditional realism in art, associating it with an age of decadence and superfi...

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Natural Eye

Barbara Tannenbaum Curator of Photography 

Landscape, Glen Canyon c. 1960. Brett Weston (American, 1911–1993). Gelatin silver print; 19.3 x 24.4 cm. Gift from the Christian Keesee Collection, 2017.139. © The Brett Weston Archive

“Nature is a great artist. The greatest,” said Brett Weston, who made it...

Dana Schutz

This winter Dana Schutz returns to Cleveland with Eating Atom Bombs, an exhibition of new work that debuts at the Transformer Station. A 2000 graduate of the Cleveland Institute of Art, Schutz lives in Brooklyn, New York, with her husband and two children. Her lively work has appeared in Cleveland s...

Assembling an Octopus in the contemporary galleries

2018 Preview

Heidi Strean Director of Exhibitions and Publications

The Departure of Charles III from Naples to Become King of Spain 1759. Antonio Joli (Italian, 1700–1777). Oil on canvas; 128 x 205 cm. Museo Nacional del Prado, Madrid, P00232. Image © Museo Nacional del Prado / Art Resource, NY. In Eyewitness Vie...

A Community of Experimenters

Hajnal Eppley Department Director, Gallery Teaching and Teen Programs

For more than three decades, the Connie Towson Ford Teacher Resource Center (TRC) has supported local educators, providing access to professional development workshops, lesson plans and curriculum, and teaching materials incorporat...

Deidre McPherson

Gregory M. Donley Magazine Staff

Last summer, Deidre McPherson joined the museum as department director of public programs. She arrived from the nearby Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA Cleveland), where she served as that organization’s first curator of public programs. The Cleveland Heights native b...