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From Shanghai to Ohio: Woo Chong Yung

May 10–August 18, 2024
The Thomas R. Schiff Gallery and Balcony (Gallery 234 & 235)
Free Admission.

From Shanghai to Ohio: Woo Chong Yung (1898–1989) features nearly 100 works, including painting and calligraphy, carved seals, and a Taiji sword drawn from the collections of the Cincinnati Art Museum and The Frank Museum of Art at Otterbein University. 

Whitfield Lovell: Passages

March 1–May 26, 2024
Western & Southern Galleries (Galleries 232 and 233)
Ticketed. Free for Members. Save $2 when purchasing tickets online.

Whitfield Lovell: Passages urges viewers to contemplate the ordinary lives and extraordinary journeys of the African American experience, while raising universal questions about identity, memory, and America’s collective heritage.


Now Open in Venice

Shahzia Sikander: Collective Behavior

April 20–October 20, 2024
Palazzo Soranzo Van Axel, Venice, Italy
Free Admission.

The Cincinnati Art Museum and the Cleveland Museum of Art are co-organizing a major survey of Pakistani-American artist Shahzia Sikander (b. 1969, Lahore, Pakistan) at the Palazzo Soranzo Van Axel in Venice. A Collateral Event of the 60th International Art Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia, Shahzia Sikander: Collective Behavior is the most comprehensive presentation of the artist’s work to date, bringing together more than 30 works made over three and a half decades, including new site-specific drawings and glasswork created for this exhibition. Visit

Shahzia Sikander (Pakistani and American, b. 1969), Arose, 2020, glass mosaic with patinated brass frame, Courtesy of Joel S. Pizzuti, © Shahzia Sikander.



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