Exhibitions . About Reinberger Gallery
CIA's Reinberger Gallery supports the creative work of professional artists by providing quality exhibition opportunities. It also serves CIA students, faculty and the community as an educational resource, and particularly to encourage artistic growth and experimentation through well-presented exhibitions, events and lectures.
Cuyahoga County’s finest young talent shines in the 2017 Scholastic Art + Writing Exhibition, on view in Reinberger Gallery through Feb. 3. This year, over 1,800 students in grades 7-12 submitted more than 3,100 pieces of artwork and writing samples to be judged. Gold Key winners will continue to the national competition in New York City.
Scholastic is made possible at CIA by generous support from the Martha Holden Jennings Foundation.
Visceral and immediate, the paintings of American artist Angela Dufresne and drawings of British-born Nicola Tyson confront the risks of walking the line between figural and abstract work. Living Dangerously presents audiences with an unforgettable dialogue between the two.
From the charged cultural scene of post-punk London through her evolution as a photographer, painter, and written word, artist Nicola Tyson captures the immediacy of the body: what it elicits from the outside world, and what it conveys from the inside out. In fifteen drawings created in what she calls an intuitive, free-associative process, Tyson explores the figure not as an object to be sensationalized, but as an instrument through which we perceive our physical and psychological worlds.
Art theory and beautiful brushwork come together on three large-scale paintings by Angela Dufresne. The Brooklyn-based artist, a 2016 Guggenheim Fellow, limns mythology and movies, as well as figurative and landscape painting in complex canvases that play with the illusion of narrative. Hyperallergic critic John Yau writes of Dufresne’s paintings, “their real strength is that you cannot extract a story from them – that you can’t reduce what you see into some tale that you can take with you.”
See Cleveland Plain Dealer review here.
Select shows offer the public the chance to purchase artwork including CIA’s student and faculty shows. This is a great opportunity to support up-and-coming artists. For more information about purchasing artwork, contact Reinberger Galleries at 216.421.7407, or email Nikki Woods at email@example.com.
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April 01, 2016
Monica Cook's sculpture on view in Reinberger Show more
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Cleveland Institute of Art is supported in part by the residents of Cuyahoga County through a public grant from Cuyahoga Arts & Culture.