Cincinnati Art Museum 2015 Exhibition and Special Event Schedule (Cincinnati Art Museum Press Release, January 26, 2015)
Cincinnati meets Japan with Masterpieces of Japanese Art (Cincinnati Art Museum Press Release, January 16, 2015)
The Cincinnati Art Museum presents Modern Voices in Japanese Ceramics and Prints (Cincinnati Art Museum Press Release, January 16, 2015)
Cincinnati Art Museum displays painting in nod to “Mr. Turner” movie (Cincinnati Art Museum Press Release, December 23, 2014)
'Mr. Turner' movie puts focus on Cincinnati paintings (Cincinnati Enquirer, December 19, 2014)
Google taking 'street view' technology into museums (Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, December 13, 2014)
April 04, 2012 to April 23, 2012
A public ceremony celebrating the unveiling of Cincinnati native Jim Dine’s magnificent, twelve-foot-tall bronze sculpture, Pinocchio (Emotional), will take place at the front entrance of the Cincinnati Art Museum on Wednesday, April 4, 2012 at 10:30 a.m.
In celebration of the installation of Jim Dine’s 12 foot bronze Pinocchio (Emotional) outdoor sculpture, the final gallery of the Cincinnati Wing explores fairytale in the work of contemporary Cincinnati artists. Dine’s print portfolio illustrating Carlo Collodi’s original 1883 story is featured along with Dine’s large-scale drawing and bas-relief sculpture. The theme continues with another recent acquisition, Casey Rioden Millard’s sculpture Shark Girl with Art Museum. Mark Fox’s portfolio of marionette prints uses puppet figures to re-interpret narrative while Jay Bolotin’s large-scale print transforms a local legend into an epic tale. Completing the selection is Will Hutchinson’s 1,000 Cranes, a work based on the true story of Sadako Saski, a loan from the Collection Sara and Michelle Vance Waddell.