Art: Disturbing Reality

The Weston Art Gallery at downtown's Aronoff Center for the Arts has its new spring show up and running, a group exhibition featuring nine artists who (according to the Weston) "explore quirky and disquieting images, psychological dramas and off-kilter e

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The Weston Art Gallery at downtown's Aronoff Center for the Arts has its new spring show up and running, a group exhibition featuring nine artists who — according to the Weston — “explore quirky and disquieting images, psychological dramas and off-kilter environments.” Four of the artists are from Cincinnati: Christopher Hoeting, Guennadi Maslov, Emily Hanako Momohara and David Rosenthal.

Gallery hours are 10 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday, noon-5 p.m. Sunday and open late when there are performances at the Center's Procter & Gamble Hall. Through June 6.

Get gallery and show details here. Read Kathy Schwartz's review here.

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