A special feature is a temporary presentation of artworks from the museum’s collection, or a select arrangement of artworks lent from other institutions, organized by the Cincinnati Art Museum. Special features are smaller and more focused in scope than special exhibitions. Some museums call these “focused exhibitions” or “rotations.”
August 15–November 30, 2023 • Gallery 213
With works drawn from the museum’s collections, Ohio Voices explores prints and drawings created from 1925 to the present by accomplished African American artists with Ohio connections. The exhibition also celebrates the 30th anniversary of the Donald P. Sowell Endowment Committee, a museum affiliate group established in tribute to Donald P. Sowell (1929–1989), an important Cincinnati artist and art educator.
March 4, 2023–June 30, 2024 • Gallery 222+223
Experience the varied narratives and techniques explored by local and internationally-recognized ceramists in diverse forms—ranging from vessels and sculptures to large-scale installations. This is a celebration of the museum’s commitment to collecting and sharing new clay-based art since its founding in 1881.
January 14, 2023–January 7, 2024 • Gallery 136
Japanese artists working with ceramics today ride the current of tradition while launching into exciting new waters as they push the boundaries of clay. Discover recent acquisitions alongside beloved favorites from the museum’s dynamic collection of contemporary Japanese ceramics.
August 20, 2022–TBD • Gallery 105
Through a lifetime of focused collecting, the Weston's collection came to encompass the works of many eminent artists, including Hofmann, de Kooning, Wesselmann, Dine, Saar, Dubuffet, Duchamp, LeWitt, and others.
The Cincinnati Art Museum is supported by the generosity of tens of thousands of contributors to the ArtsWave Community Campaign, the region's primary source for arts funding.
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