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Challenge from the Museum: make a 400-year-old Renaissance dress, using only a digital image because the original Titian painting was still in Germany… For starters…we only see part of the dress. I can’t ask the model to turn around or show the hem. Plus Titian’s painting style is…imprecise…when depicting trim. …
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Organized by the Columbus Museum of Art (CMA), A Measure of Humanity opens June 22 and is on view through September 16, 2018. Can art help us make sense of the world and our place within it? That is the central question addressed in the exhibition. To measure something is…
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Noted British Landscape painter Joseph Turner was a devotee of sun-staring or sun-gazing, which involves staring with the naked eye directly at the sun. Scientists had previously used the camera obscura to protect against the blinding brightness of the sun. Turner directly confronted it. Like Turner, many artists in The…
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The Sun Placed in the Abyss, an original exhibition on view at Columbus Museum of Art, features 50 contemporary artists and collectives who explore the essential relationship between photography and the Sun. Pictured here: Arc of Total Eclipse by Sarah Charlesworth (left) and Venus Transit by…
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Our Photo Hunt Challenges are back! CMA Photo Hunts are a digital complement to CMA collections and exhibitions, give participants an opportunity to flex their creativity, be inspired by works or themes in Columbus Museum of Art exhibitions or collections, and respond to creative challenges leveraging the power of social…
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  Columbus Museum of Art Curator of Contemporary Art Tyler Cann talks about Artist Mel Bochner’s BLAHBLAHBLAH sculpture, which forms part of the I-71 Project, a public art project in Ohio on the language of politics. Art by artists Mel Bochner, Ryan McGinness,  Lisa Anne Auerbach, Glenn Ligon and Kay…
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