Archive for the ‘Cincinnati Art Snob’ Category

CincyVoices Invites My Opinion

Yes, I have opinions on things not directly related to the arts. My thanks to CincyVoices for inviting me to participate in the conversation. Today you can find my post about marketing Cincinnati as a place to live or simply pass through on the way to something else.

Just Sent “Nothing” to the Tate Modern

In response to the recent open call to submit “nothing” to the Tate Modern, I just sent the following: ShareThis

Results of my art jury duty: 2010 Summer Issue of Visual Overture is now available

I recently had the opportunity to judge 185 works of art by emerging artists from around the world. The result is the Summer 2010 quarterly publication, Visual Overture. You can take a peak here at the 7 artists whose work I selected. Order a copy to see the artists’ complete profiles and my comments. Thank [...]

Cincinnati Art Snob Interview on WMKV

Here is the 30 minute interview. Cincinnati Art Snob Interview

The Fine Arts Fund Refuses To Have a Public Dialogue

After trying to engage in a discussion about supporting the arts throughout Greater Cincinnati, the Fine Arts Fund has told me personally they have no intentions of having a public discussion with me. I’ve been informed, by phone, the Fine Arts Fund is not interested in participating in any of my blog discussions and refuses [...]


I’m not sure if this is a Lenten penance, but I was recently invited to offer my confession on Hyperallergic regarding my dislike of Impressionism. Thank you Hrag. I do feel better now.

Cincinnati Art Snob Opens Door to More Community Engagement as well as National Presence

With my launch party days away I’m seeing a long sought after evolution of the Cincinnati Art Snob. While the discussions on the blog have changed from almost exclusively exhibition reviews, to artist interviews (which I plan to continue) to reactions to current news in the arts, my interest in maintaining an intellectual discussion in [...]

Cincinnati Art Snob Launches Tour Series with a Party at the CAM

Some of you have been following this blog for a year or more, so familiar with my advocacy for an elevated discussion of the arts, education, and of Greater Cincinnati’s vibrant art scene. This blog has helped me to contribute to these discussions as well as invite many more to participate. To expand this outreach [...]