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)
Friday, January 30, 5 – 9 p.m.
Join us in January to heat up your new year with Latin dancing from Midwest Latino, DJ Rudy Alvarez, and performances by Dare to Dance. Explore the heART of the museum through docent-led tours of "The Dating Game," where artworks meet their perfect match.
October 15, 2014 to April 15, 2016
ArtWorks and the Cincinnati Art Museum are partnering to develop and produce a rotating program of temporary works of art installed on the west-facing façade of the French Wing at the Cincinnati Art Museum. C A M P G R O U N D, the first Art Museum installation, evokes a billboard one may still discover along a country highway. It advertises with the familiar vacation icons of tire swings and sparking campfires.
December 13, 2014 - March 15, 2015
Bukang Kim is a Korean-born American artist based in Cincinnati. The exhibition features her artistic journey of over forty years. Bukang created a unique blend of East and West through her extensive training of Western painting and Asian calligraphy and her deep understanding of the arts and cultures of both worlds.
Image: Bukang Y. Kim (b. 1943) United States; Land 1 and Land 2; 1997; Acrylic on canvas; Lent by the Artist; L11.2014:4 and L11.2014:5
February 14 - August 30, 2015
The exhibition features approximately one hundred Japanese masterpieces from the permanent collection of the Art Museum. The show is designed to provide viewers not only with a better understanding of Japanese art and its aesthetics, but also a unique regional perspective through the history of the collection.
Image: Chiyo Mitsuhisa (Attr., Active circa 1532¬–55) 千代光久; Presentation of a Prince; Momoyama period (1573–1615), Late 16th or early 17th century; six-fold screen; ink, color, and gold on paper; The Thoms Collection; Given by Mrs. Murat H. Davidson in Honor of her Grandfather, Joseph C. Thoms; 1982.6