Hank Willis Thomas' "All Things Being Equal" Explores Pop Culture, Race and Gender at the Cincinnati Art Museum

The Cincinnati Art Museum's multimedia mid-career survey of artist Hank Willis Thomas is on display now through Nov. 8. Hank Willis Thomas:…

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The Cincinnati Art Museum's multimedia mid-career survey of artist Hank Willis Thomas is on display now through Nov. 8.
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See Traditional Japanese and Avant Designer Kimonos at this Cincinnati Art Museum Fashion Exhibit

The kimono was a quotidian outfit in Japan for centuries until their ports opened for international trade in the mid-1800s and its…

By CityBeat Staff

Christian Louboutin boots, Autumn/Winter 2017
    The Kyoto Costume Institute
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Everything We Saw at Cincinnati Art Museum's 'No Spectators: The Art of Burning Man' Exhibition

Burning Man is here. Since 1990, the renowned arts and culture festival has unfolded in the dusty Black Rock Desert just outside…

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THURSDAY 09
    ART: No Spectators: The Art of Burning Man
    This immersive and museum-wide exhibit brings the phantasmagoric artworks of the Black Rock Desert playa to the Cincinnati Art Museum. Read full cover story here. 
    Photo: Hailey Bollinger
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In March, Turn-of-the-Century Paris is Coming to Cincinnati Art Museum

Paris is coming to Cincinnati in spring in all its elegant, shimmering wonder.  The exhibit — dubbed Paris 1900: City of Entertainment — will…

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Artist: William-Samuel Horton. "Nighttime Festivities Held by President Loubet at the Elysée Palace in Honor of Alfonso XIII," 1905. Oil on cardboard. Musée Carnavalet, Paris // Musée Carnavalet/Roger-Viollet.
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Inside Cincinnati Art Museum's 'The Fabric of India' Exhibition

Like the process of creating textiles itself, Cincinnati Art Museum’s The Fabric of India exhibition weaves intricate threads that tell the story of a…

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A  room hanging, or “bithiya,” from the early 20th century found on the streets of New York City in 1994
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25 Must-See Cincinnati Fall Arts Productions

CityBeat's Fall Arts Preview is an annual rundown listing the performances and shows our critics are most excited to see in the…

By CityBeat Staff

SEPT. 14-21
    ONSTAGE: The Who's Tommy
    Since 1969, The Who’s Tommy has been striking resonant chords — first as a concept album by the legendary Rock group, then as a star-studded 1975 film and finally as a 1993 Broadway musical. That final incarnation, winner of five Tony Awards (including one for Pete Townshend’s original score and another for Wayne Cilento’s choreography) ran for more than two years. The powerful work will soon be available to Cincinnati audiences in Over-the-Rhine’s 556-seat Memorial Hall.
    Sept. 14-15 and Sept. 20-21. $28-$42. Memorial Hall, 1225 Elm St., Over-the-Rhine, memorialhallotr.com.
    Phot: The cast of Tommy by Whittney Hammons
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