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.
The Cleveland Institute of Art's Reinberger Gallery presents a compelling exhibition of works by contemporary Cuban artists. This selection of objects on loan from local private and public collections seeks to examine the collaboration between Cleveland area organizations and Cuban artists. It’s both a celebration and an exploration of the cultural exchanges between Cuba and Cleveland.
Franklin Álvarez Fortún, José Toirac and Meira Marrero, Los Carpinteros, Manuel Hernandez Valdes, María Magdelena Campos-Pons, Nelson Dominguez, Nelson Ramirez de Arellano Conde, Osmeivy Ortega, Pilar Rubí, Sandra Ramos, Sofia Márquez de Aguiar, X Alfonso, Yasniel Valdes (with Matthew Hollern)
African American Works on Paper included over 75 pieces of art, including prints, watercolors, drawings, and mixed media, produced by 64 artists, many of whom have gained national and international recognition but remain excluded or marginalized within most artistic canons. Gems of the Cochran Collection include Revolt on the Amistad (1989) by Jacob Lawrence, one of the most important artists of the 20th century. African American Works on Paper ran from March 31 through May 13.
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 Gallery at 216.421.7407, or email Samantha Konet at email@example.com.
Acting Director, Project and Visiting Artist Coordinator
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11610 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44106
The Gallery will be closed during the Thanksgiving Recess from November 23 & 24, Thursday and Friday.
Cleveland Institute of Art is supported in part by the residents of Cuyahoga County through a public grant from Cuyahoga Arts & Culture.