Press Release: Showcasing the work of Viennese architecture firm COOP HIMMELB(L)AU from the past 40 years, the highly designed, internationally touring exhibition COOP HIMMELB(L)AU: Beyond the Blue makes its U.S. debut at the Wexner Center April 2–July 26, 2009. First conceived and presented at the MAK, a leading museum of contemporary art and design in […]
Press Release: The Wexner Center presents William Forsythe: Transfigurations, an exhibition of the installation works of vanguard American choreographer and 2002 Wexner Prize recipient William Forsythe, April 2–July 26, 2009. This show marks the first significant group of Forsythe’s installations to be seen in the U.S.
Press Release: Catch Air: Robin Rhode, organized by the Wexner Center and on view there April 2–July 26, 2009, will be the South African artist’s first substantial solo exhibition in the United States. The show will chart his development with about 20 key works from 1998 to the present. Rhode has developed a unique process […]
Today marks the grand opening of the new “Eggs Breakfast Delivery” OSU campus location at 24 E. 12th Avenue, near the corner of 12th and High. The new breakfast spot offers dine-in eating, carry-out service, and delivery. This marks the second location for the new restaurant concept. The first location is run out of the […]
From The Dispatch: City’s cutbacks in bulk-trash pickup mean waste is more likely to accumulate in the campus area By Mark Ferenchik When Columbus laid off 13 bulk-trash drivers last week, it also ended daily treks by a truck that rumbled down University District alleys picking up couches and other large items. A truck still […]
From The Lantern: Bernie’s showcases underground bands, deep-rooted history Sarah McCaslin It may not be called Cheers, but at 16th and High, there’s a place where everybody knows your name. Bernie’s Bagels and Distillery is a hidden gem of campus history where friends become family and the bartenders always provide a story and a cold […]
From The Lantern: As Warhol departs, the Wex looks to the future By Ryan Book Like all good things, the “Andy Warhol: Other Voices, Other Rooms” exhibit at the Wexner Center will soon come to an end. Despite the record-breaking numbers, the staff at the Wexner Center is not resting on its laurels. New exhibitions […]