by Nathaniel M. Stein, PhD, Curator of Photography
In early October, I was delighted to participate in a scholars’ day at the Detroit Institute of Arts (DIA). For those outside the museum biz, a scholars’ day is a convening of curators, academics, and sometimes expert collectors, artists, and gallerists, who gather to share a deep dive on an artist or movement featured in a special exhibition.
by Rose Milnes, Curatorial Assistant for South Asian Art, Islamic Art, and Antiquities
As the new Curatorial Assistant for South Asian Art, Islamic Art, and Antiquities, finding “my favorite piece here at the museum is a serious task! The possibilities for finding “the one” are endless.
by Anne Buening, Curatorial Assistant for European and American Paintings, Sculpture and Drawings
This piece represents a fascinating mix of histories: local Indigenous culture before white settlement, nineteenth-century American archaeology, the donor Judge Joseph Cox, and the Cincinnati Art Museum’s early years.
by Cynthia Amneus, Chief Curator | Curator of Fashion Arts and Textiles
We recently acquired a work by Woomin Kim, a young Korean-born artist who lives and works in Queens, New York.
by Nathaniel M. Stein, Curator of Photography
From April 11–August 10, 2023, the hallway gallery at the top of the museum’s Great Hall staircase will be full of critters.
by Cynthia Amnéus, Chief Curator and Curator of Fashion Arts and Textiles
“The woman of tomorrow will wear pleats and tights, and live in a house spun from glass fiber, with patent-leather walls and no furniture at all.”
by Amy Dehan, Curator of Decorative Arts and Design
This summer, the Art Museum acquired this Protest Platter designed by local artist Terence Hammonds.
by Lea C. Lane, Curatorial Assistant for Decorative Arts and Design
Keen-eyed visitors to our current exhibition, Gorham: Designing Brilliance, will notice a familiar Cincinnati name on two of the objects: Rookwood Pottery.
by Hou-mei Sung, Ph.D. 宋后楣
In late 2019, I received a research grant from the Center for Chinese Studies in Taipei to conduct research on the catalogue of our upcoming exhibition Galloping through Dynasties.
by Nathaniel M. Stein, Associate Curator of Photography
Take a behind the scenes look at Candor Arts with Nathaniel M. Stein, Associate Curator of Photography.
by Peter Jonathan Bell, Associate Curator of European Paintings, Sculpture and Drawings
About a month ago the Cincinnati Art Museum welcomed two new faces into our nineteenth-century European galleries – a girl with a song book in her lap and young man in uniform.