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The Book of Only Enoch and the Jackleg Testament, Part 1; Jack and Eve is a collection of 20 prints that chronicles the life of the son of a Jewish coal miner, Only Enoch, who lives in Kentucky. The boy is named after the only book left out of the Hebrew Testament. The artists motion picture of the same theme will also be shown.
Island of the Blest features photography from the American West. Taken over a century of time from 1870-1970 this exhibition features photography from acclaimed American photography Dorothea Lange and Timothy H. O’Sullivan. All items were digitally sourced for this display and come from the Library of Congress and other reputable sources.
Not in New York: Carl Solway and Cincinnati is a dedication of contemporary art from the permanent collection that was relevant to Car Solway who helped to transform the modern arts scene in Cincinnati. Some of the works will be on display for the first time and over 50 works total are included.
Master Cats displays works from over six centuries that depict felines in the pieces.
The Tree of Life sculptural piece will be on display again at the museum. Visitors should write their wishes for the new year and put them in the vials that hang from the branches of the crab apple tree.
Upcoming Exhibitions include works of poetry, Japanese Armor, woodcutting, glass works, and American Folk Art
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