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Art Review: Side Effects – Paintings by Patrick McDonnell 2016-2021

Jeff Regensburger Jeff Regensburger Art Review: Side Effects – Paintings by Patrick McDonnell 2016-2021

Patrick McDonnell has long since established himself as one of the top cartoonists and illustrators working today. In addition to his award-winning comic strip Mutts, McDonnell’s illustrations have been featured in The New York Times, Parents Magazine, and Time magazine. He has authored and published numerous children’s books (securing a Caldecott Honor award in 2012 for Me…Jane), won a number of […]

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Art Review – Resilience in Nature: We Are the Roses that Grew from the Concrete

Jeff Regensburger Jeff Regensburger Art Review – Resilience in Nature: We Are the Roses that Grew from the Concrete

It’s been noted that one of the side effects of the pandemic has been the opportunity it’s provided to reconnect with nature. Many of us who have been navigating lockdowns, social distancing and a general disinclination to gather in large, crowded venues have found respite and renewal in the natural world. Whether visiting local parks, […]

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Art Review: Opposite Shores – Eric Barth and Carol Snyder at the Keny Galleries

Jeff Regensburger Jeff Regensburger Art Review: Opposite Shores – Eric Barth and Carol Snyder at the Keny Galleries

If this pandemic has offered us anything of benefit, it’s been ample time to consider our sense of place. For some this has come in the form of imagining the places they love while looking forward to the chance to return. For others, it’s meant being more attentive and attuned to those places they can […]

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Art Review: Climate Changing: On Artists, Institutions, and the Social Environment

Jeff Regensburger Jeff Regensburger Art Review: Climate Changing: On Artists, Institutions, and the Social Environment

It’s fair to say that the current exhibition at the Wexner Center for the Arts is more focused on exploration than exposition; more inclined towards discovery than didactics. Given that Associate Curator Lucy Zimmerman has based the entirety of the exhibition on a series of expansive questions, this isn’t altogether surprising. Determining the purpose of […]

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Art Review: An American Sunrise at The Vanderelli Room

Jeff Regensburger Jeff Regensburger Art Review: An American Sunrise at The Vanderelli Room

“We were running out of breath, as we ran out to meet ourselves”     – Joy Harjo “An American Sunrise” An American Sunrise presents the first exhibition inside The Vanderelli Room since March of 2020. While this alone would be cause for celebration, the show itself (as well as its impeccable timing), is what will likely […]

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Art Review: Stanya Kahn – No Go Backs

Jeff Regensburger Jeff Regensburger Art Review: Stanya Kahn – No Go Backs

Editor’s Note: Wexner Center for the Arts and Vielmetter Los Angeles will co-present a limited online screening of Stanya Kahn’s No Go Backs. The film will be streaming on Vielmetter’s website May 8–15. Find more information here. Galleries and museums are closed; here in Columbus, across the country and around the world. They have become yet another entry […]

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SoHud Street Art Revisited

Jeff Regensburger Jeff Regensburger SoHud Street Art Revisited

Necessity remains the mother of invention, though in this case, there are actually a couple of necessities. The first necessity is to find something to do. The stay at home order in place throughout Ohio has left many looking for activities that don’t involve large groups of people, close contact with strangers, or the ability […]

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The Columbus Coffee Festival Returns!

The 6th Annual Columbus Coffee Festival returns on Saturday September 25th and Sunday September 26th!

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