Galleries & Events
Exhibit: August 22 - October 14
Lecture: September 15, 1:30 p.m.
Reception: September 15, 6-8 p.m.
Exhibit: UT Center for the Visual Arts - Clement Gallery
Lecture: UT Center for the Visual Arts - Haigh Auditorium
Reception: UT Center for the Visual Arts - Main Gallery
Photography artist, Chris Cox, exhibits his latest work - an organically-created body of work involving male subjects shot in a stark white studio background. And that's where the simplest explanation ends. A quote from Kara Gut, who helped write some of the text when the images were collected into book form, suggests that any "explanation" invariably raises more questions (and insights) than answers.
"A common question posed by our mentor and fearless leader, Liz Cohen in her attempt to understand the dynamics of this group of models. 'Are they friends?' 'Are they lovers?' 'What is the matter of each relationship?' She sought definition in order to generate meaning from content, however, I counter her argument. Allowing actions, sexual or otherwise, to creep into abstraction, sans meaning, has generated enough content to satisfy my wildest dreams."
Exhibit: September 6 - October 30
Lecture: Austin Radcliffe, TBA
Lecture: Clara DeGalan, OCT. 5, 10-11 A.M.
Lecture: Nathaniel Foley - Oct. 5, 10-11 a.m.
Exhibit: UT Center for the Visual Arts - Main Gallery
Lectures: UT Center for the Visual Arts – Haigh Auditorium
Austin Radcliffe is an award-winning blogger, independent curator, art world hustler, and Instagram photographer. Currently based in Cincinnati, while roaming the Midwest, with one foot in NYC.