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Artists have long sought ways around the so-called White Cube: the generic, white-washed, and resolutely institutional space of the museum or art gallery. To critique the austerity of art world exhibition spaces has become cliché;
EDITOR’S NOTE: From time to time, Arthopper.org publishes on exhibitions that have already concluded. In this sense, our site functions much like an archive might; we produce a cache of stories about shows and events whose presence we hope to extend and lengthen,
The summer exhibition, Silhouettes: A Love Supreme, at the Elijah Pierce Gallery in the King Arts Complex in Columbus, OH, had a mission: to gather artwork showing positive alternatives to media tendencies that too often cast black women as one-dimensional sex objects.
The experiment that is Waterloo is coming along nicely.
This past summer saw the addition of three new hubs of creative enterprise with the additions of Brick Ceramic + Design Studio,