PhotograpHERS, Circum-Verdant, 2022. Digital photo-collage, 16 x 20 inches. Courtesy of the artists

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Over-the-Rhine and Downtown Neighborhood Spotlight

Posted on September 28, 2022

As part of the 2022 Biennial, FotoFocus is featuring a number of Neighborhood Spotlight Days: Opportunities to visit multiple Participating Venues in certain geographic locations on a day when artists, curators, and more will likely be present, along with other neighborhood activities—a great chance to dive into the energy of the Biennial… and map out a plan to get to venues in a year with such a chock-full exhibition list. Each day, you’re invited on a journey through art and the communities hosting it.

Featured here: Over-the-Rhine and Downtown Cincinnati; Friday, September 30

Explore Over-the-Rhine and Downtown Cincinnati to view all the FotoFocus Biennial Participating Venues during the Neighborhood Spotlight Day!

Art Academy of Cincinnati: McClure Gallery
5–8pm Opening Reception for Circum-Verdant
5–8pm Opening Reception for I Don’t Know How to Love You: The Relationship Between Humans and Nature
6–7pm Student-Curator Gallery Tour for I Don’t Know How to Love You: The Relationship Between Humans and Nature

Michael Lowe Gallery
4–6pm Opening for Tony Oursler: Crossing Neptune

Lloyd Library and Museum
5–7pm Opening Reception for Visions of Nature across Time and Place

Wash Park Art: Main Gallery
5–8pm Opening Reception for Maslov & Maslov: To Be Determined

Wash Park Art: Next Level Studio
5–8pm Opening Reception for Phantasmagoria: The Fictitious Truth of 1666 Bruce Street

Clay Street Press
6–9pm Opening Reception for It Is What lt Is (Subject to Change)

Iris BookCafé and Gallery
6–9pm Opening Reception for PhotOH2: Other Photographers from the Heartland

Main Street Shop & Studio
6–10pm Opening Reception for When the World Ends, I Want to Be in Cincinnati

Contemporary Arts Center: Kaplan Lobby
6–7pm Members Reception & Tours for FotoFocus Curated Exhibitions (Passport Only)⁠
7–8pm Film screening of Dara Friedman’s Dancer, followed by a conversation with Friedman and Lizzi Bougatsos. (Passport Only)⁠
8pm–12am Public Opening Reception & Performance for All Exhibitions
On the Line: Documents of Risk and Faith
Images on which to build, 1970s–1990s
Baseera Khan: Weight on History
Cameron Granger: The Cartographer Tries to Map a Way to Heaven

Image Credits:

Raul Cañibano, Untitled, 2015. Black and white photograph, 13 x 19 inches. Courtesy of the artist
Tom Croce, Winter Cone Flower, 2017. Dye sublimation aluminum print, 16 x 24 inches. Courtesy of the artist
Tim Harrier, Untitled, Photograph, 13 x 18 inches. Courtesy of the artist
Logan Hicks, Cherry Blossoms, 2020. Photograph, 16 x 20 inches. Courtesy of the artist
A. Gordy, Feathers of a Firework, 2021. Color print, 36 x 24 inches. Courtesy of the artist
Alice Cusson, DeSales Corner, Slide. Courtesy of Renee Cusson