Cross Currents: An Exhibition of artwork by Stewart Goldman

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Pulse, 2007, 64” x 64”, oil on linen
Art Academy of Cincinnati is pleased to exhibit artwork by Stewart Goldman. The exhibition is accompanied by a catalogue that includes writings from Sue Spaid and an interview with exhibition organizer Joe Girandola, AAC President, and Kristi Nelson, PH. D. revolving around Stewart’s practice and mentorship of students at the Art Academy of Cincinnati from 1968-2001. Stewart Goldman taught at the Art Academy of Cincinnati for over thirty years. In both his teaching and his visual production, he has shown profound concern for human rights, social justice, and the global implications of genocide in Germany and elsewhere.

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