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Re: “We Are All Robots

This article is incorrect, the book reading by Sam McPheeters is on Tuesday April 10th at Rotten Meat Gallery, not at Dan Miller's opening on Friday April 6th.

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Posted by John Kalman on 04/05/2012 at 1:37 AM

Re: “The Envelope, Please

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Re: “On View This Week

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Re: “Republican-Based Art

Well I see that you have been an inspired and gifted writer for a long while. Do you know Bob F. of the Columbus Free Press? He is running for congress in the 12th district with the Green Party. He is also a lawyer who is not afraid of the media control of the Dispatch and the Wolfe Family. The PD has moved closer to the right as a result of the fights they had with Jimmy and Frank and the other idiot democrats which gave the radical right power in Cleveland and the main-stream media. I think you folks at Scene have some very large opportunities to become serious competion with the PD. Your articles are very powerful and well thought out. I do not think there is a journalist in the Cleveland market who is better than you..but then they are not as free to say what they think as you are at the Scene. They have had to sell out to the media powers of the time.

Posted by Kenny Jaeger on 12/17/2011 at 12:31 PM

Re: “Wheels of Misfortune

Ms Gibboni is certainly one of the most talented American artists working in Italy. It's good to see that she has begun to exhibit her work once again in the US.

Prof Bruce Leimsidor
Ca' Foscari University
Venice, Italy

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Posted by Bruce Leimsidor on 11/25/2011 at 7:42 PM

Re: “On Stage

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Re: “Running on Empty

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Re: “On View This Week

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Re: “On View This Week

I find Mr. Clark's review comments on the art work of Drew King, now in exhibit at Baldwin Wallace's Fawick Gallery, somewhat out of sync with the actual show. (btw, the title of the show is Between Lines; not Between The Lines.) Did Mr. Clark actually see this show in person? I ask because the show presents a variety of subject matter that focuses not only on abstraction, but also the figure and the object. Mr. King's work reveals a very masterful use of the drawn line, and primarily its relationship to shape, size and space. Using art techniques such as overlaying, shadowing, masking, and strong gestural brush work, Mr. King's art work provides not only the occasional historical reference to other fine art painters, but an expressive aesthetic experience that is so often lacking in the conceptual, clever, art of the moment seen far too often in galleries today.
Perhaps Mr. Clark needs to revisit this show and spend time really looking at the art and the creative use of surface, texture, light and color. I am confident Mr. King's art will reveal far more than simple laws of space, especially in, around and between lines.

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Re: “Grin & Bear It

Well, there, you see? If liberals tried this a little more often, maybe their aim would be better.

Posted by smith930 on 09/18/2011 at 9:22 AM

Re: “Grin & Bear It

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Posted by Robert Hawkes on 09/15/2011 at 1:02 PM

Re: “Euclid Shuffle

Michael was a little Harsh, but he was right, the old playhouse was too far away from the down town area, they were never included in surveys of what Cleveland needed, kind of always left out, the new space is wonderful, we cannot wait to see the first show--have been ticket holders at CPH for 30 years

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Posted by Victoria V Curtis on 09/14/2011 at 8:50 AM

Re: “Euclid Shuffle

Besides all that, Bloom seems quick to turn his back on all the city has done to put a new Healthline bus system through his front yard! That twisting, lane-changing muddled labyrinth which devastated Euclid development for so long was originally put in to tie University Circle to downtown via the museums and play house along the way. The vision had been to develop the corridor as a viable springboard to all the places where there was money. Now CPH is admitting defeat and pulling up stakes to come back to the shadow of downtown. If they were worried about "brutal economics" they should have relocated next to the proposed casino.

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Posted by Joe Garrison on 09/09/2011 at 4:40 PM

Re: “Euclid Shuffle

lPerhaps Michael Bloom should leave the publicizing and interviewing to others who are not so er, outspoken. He does nothing at all positive for the new theater to attract old patrons from the old one with his condescending and downright mean-spirited comments. Indeed, Mr Bloom borders on snobbery when he spouts such choice utterances as:
"Oh, okay, the Brooks Theatre was kind of cute, with all the original bricks. But even that was not a great space. And it was totally inflexible."
Cute? Bricks? What the ?
"Essentially, we're moving from a non-historic building to an historic one" HUH? Gee, who WERE all those famous stars I saw over so many years walking across the stages of the CPH? Oh, never mind, the cute bricks were better. Yeah, I was looking at the bricks.
And "no walk-in, off-the-street traffic"? Huh? Oh yeah, whenever I walk by a theater, I pop IN. Don't you? It's not the shows, it's not the quality of the productions, it's LOCATION!
In truth , the new location is putting a lot of people who "haven't been to the center of town in many years." Mr Bloom's nose-in the-air comments and attitude are not going to BRING them to the center of town either. (Rolling his eyes? Never stooped to direct in THIS theatre - oh well exCUSE us !)
Perhaps Bloom should be invited by the Clinic to take the first swing with the wrecking ball that is inevitably coming to our lovely, old, historic, Cleveland Fixture, The Cleveland Playhouse.


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Posted by neodymium on 09/07/2011 at 9:01 PM

Re: “Two's Company

Nice review! We've been waiting for Joe Clark. Cleveland needs a new art reviewer with fresh eyes and a real sense of what contemporary art can be. Good job. I've seen this fantastic show and Joe nails the imagery as well as revealing some of the artists intentions.

Great show! Everyone should see this one!

Posted by shawny on 08/13/2011 at 8:32 AM

Re: “Surrealists in Bloom

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