Cleveland Art, September/October 2011

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Published: September 1, 2011

Articles in this issue: Fu Baoshi; Maureen Fleming Dance; Ulrich Photos; Bonebrake Collection; Chalk Festival; Film; Lectures.

Hanging scroll, ink and light color of Jinggang Mountain by Fu Baoshi

Plenty of Nothing

Brian Ulrich Photographer

Pep Boys 3 2009. Brian Ulrich (American, b. 1971). Ultrachrome inkjet print, printed 2011; 50.8 x 61 cm. Collection of Fred and Laura Ruth Bidwell. © Brian Ulrich


When the attacks of September 11, 2001, happened I had just moved to Chicago to attend graduate school in photog...

A Legacy on Paper

Jane Glaubinger Curator of Prints

John Corwin Bonebrake (1918–2011) was a devoted print collector. Although he owned a few examples of original printmaking before joining the Print Club of Cleveland in 1961, it was this group that encouraged him to collect in earnest. An architect, Bonebrake first ch...

A Whole New Way

Dale Hilton Director of Teacher, School, and Distance Learning Programs


If on your way to the museum’s lecture or recital halls you’ve ever strolled past the doors marked Distance Learning Studio and wondered what goes on behind them, the answer is “Lights, camera, action!” The space beyond these do...