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Ohio clay community.

Friday, August 26, 2011

8.26 + 27


“Portability & Network, Steve Lambert and Royden Watson.” Opening at 6PM. Three exhibit openings at SPACES, and all look cool: Portability & Network curated by Christian Wulffen, Steve Lambert’s Capitalism Works for Me, and Royden Watson’s Usnews. Plus food, beverages and a station for Bad Art Night (where you create art… it just has to be bad). Spaces, 2220 Superior Viaduct, Cleveland 216.621.2314

Cleveland: The Exhibition,” a show of local artists opening at 5pm. View work by Mike Marine, Scrap&Smith, Rachel Hunt, Dustin Nowlin, Jim Karpinski, Dave Desimone and any others. Plus… live painting by Rae Vena and on-site photography by And… music, food & drink. Represent! Zaller Gallery, 16006 Waterloo Rd., Cleveland


“Shop ’til you drop? Copia – Retail, Thrift, and Dark Stores 2001-11.” Whereas certain Midwest cities, ahem, already have an inauspicious tag of being called the Rust Belt, contemporary photographer Brian Ulrich explores another level of decay or disrepair infecting the same areas — only this time in the suburbs — in his new exhibition, on view Sat 8/27 through Mon 1/16 The former Cleveland resident, University of Akron student and Cleveland Museum of Art employee spent a decade examining the economic, cultural and political implications of commercialism and American consumer culture. Featuring nearly 60 photos, the exhibition is divided into three parts: Retail, Thrift and Dark Stores. Cleveland Museum of Art, 11150 East Blvd, Cleveland, 216.421.7340,

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