Posts tagged "Alive"

Filmmaker Ben Russell at the Wexner Center

Local art links

Image: TMI by Benjamin Duke, now showing at ROY G BIV

I’ve got a couple weeks’ worth of visual arts stories I’ve yet to link up here. For you, the good thing to come out of my laziness is a handy list of shows to make your own non-Hop day of viewing. I’d recommend taking a look at them all while you can.


Latest links

From the Anchor series by Erin Holscher Almazan, at Ohio Art League

About time for some links to my coverage of March shows in The Dispatch and Alive:


Here, have some art

Actually, it’s my latest coverage of Columbus art shows, which are still on view through at least the end of the month. And a picture of something cool I saw at one of these. And since I can’t offer any actual art here, later this week I’ll post a few suggestions on how the cash-strapped can start an original art collection on the relative cheap - 50 bucks or less.

Image: After the Storm by Marc Lincewicz


Reviews: Jane Eyre & Insidious

How’s that for a double feature? Probably not so great, in part because one is an original work that’s pretty damn derivative and the other is a story that’s been done on film ad nauseum yet is still surprisingly fresh. Click here for my review of Insidious, here for Jane Eyre. Links via Alive.


Latest art links

Image: Pass Summer Nights Above the Brown Mythless Constellations of Your Skin by Bethany Jozwiak-Butler, now hanging at MadLab Gallery

Need some food for your soul on this lovely Sunday? Then I’ve got some shows for you to check out - just follow the links. Personally, I’m hoping to finally make it to the Shared Intelligence show today.


Big bucket o’ links

Image: Untitled work by Irish-born New Englander Karl Mullen

Man, I’ve got a bunch of local art coverage for Alive & the Dispatch under my belt that I haven’t yet linked to here. Since some of the shows listed below are no longer open, in those cases, I’ve included a link to where you can see more of participating artists’ work online (plus Lindsay Gallery usually has at least a few Karl Mullen pieces on hand in the back room). 


Art links aplenty

Image: "Fuck" tree photograph by David Ike, showing this weekend as part of “All the Pretty Trees” at the Clintonville space It Looks Like It’s Open. 

For your enjoyment and edification, more recent writings on the local art scene.


What Stranger Things: Dead Lake, by Jessica Langley. The Pittsburgh artist is in Columbus this month for Skylab's new artist residency program, and she's showing some large landscapes and small collages full of beauty and death. Read more here.

What Stranger Things: Dead Lake, by Jessica Langley. The Pittsburgh artist is in Columbus this month for Skylab's new artist residency program, and she's showing some large landscapes and small collages full of beauty and death. Read more here.