December 08, 2010
Come see CIA's Anatomica Aesthetica exhibition before it closes on Saturday Dec 18, and learn more about the art at a curator's talk on Wednesday at noon.
Anatomica Aesthetica, the exhibition currently on view in The Cleveland Institute of Art’s Reinberger Galleries, has received a positive review from Plain Dealer art and architecture critic Steven Litt.
“The show explores intersections between art and science that have been around since Leonardo da Vinci,” says Litt’s review. “It also exemplifies the potential for unusual collaborations among cultural, educational and medical institutions in University Circle.”
Read the full review at cleveland.com.
During this final week of Anatomica Aesthetica, come to an informal gallery talk on Wednesday, December 15 at 12:30pm. Hear from curator James M. Edmonson of the Dittrick Medical History Center and co-curator Maggie Pierce, senior in CIA's Biomedical Art program. The talk is followed by a book signing for Dissection: Photographs of a Rite of Passage in American Medicine, co-authored by John Harley Warner and James M. Edmonson.
Get more information on Anatomica’s final week at cia.edu/anatomica.
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