Art Listings

On view this week

Shaheen Modern and Contemporary Art

Drawing Painting. Austrian artist Klaus Mosettig presents monumental-scale drawings that painstakingly reproduce every drop and drip of Jackson Pollock's legendary "action paintings." The works are a testament to the intricacy of the original works, but also masterful accomplishments of attention and detail in their own right. Through March 1 at 740 Superior Ave., Suite 101. Call 216-830-8888 or go to

The Brandt Gallery

Shadows. Photographer David Novak uses the "unforgiving" honesty of digital photography to tell personal narratives using only shadows. An opening reception celebrating 20 years of the Tremont Art Walk featuring scheduled appearances by Mayor Frank Jackson and Councilman Joe Cimperman will be held Friday February 8 beginning at 6 p.m. Through February 23 at 1028 Kenilworth Ave. For more information, call 216-621-1610 or go to

The Good Goat Gallery

Happy Valentine's Day, Jerk! The pleasures and pitfalls of love are explored with honesty and a wicked sense of humor by area artists including A. Nancy Cintron, Ana Luisa Sanchez, and Rafael Valdivieso. For more traditional couples, locally handmade jewelry will also be on offer. An opening reception with artists will be held February 9 from 4 to 8 p.m. Through February 28 at 17012 Madison Ave., Lakewood. Call 440-799-0675 or go to

Frank Green Memorial Exhibition Remembering Frank Green. The late Frank Green (1957-2013), a Tremont-based performance artist and art critic, is honored with an exhibit of photographs, writing samples, and videos of his work. A reception will be held Friday February 8 from 6 to 10 at 2406 Professor Ave. Presented in association with The Brandt Gallery, which can be contacted by calling 216-621-1610 or by going to

Mastroianni Photography and Arts Veterans of the Art Walk. Steven Mastroianni displays images of artists past and present based out of the Tremont neighborhood. An opening reception will be held Friday February 8 from 6 to 10 p.m. Through March 30 at 2688 W. 14th St. For more information, call 216-235-6936 or go to                                                                                                          

Rotten Meat Gallery

Free Your Mind and the Rest will Follow. Malcolm and Kareem Barret display stencil-based works and collages that examine Jazz history and the human condition. An opening reception will be held Friday February 8 from 6 to 10 p.m. The show will run through February 23 at 1814 East 40th Suite 4B. Call 216-469-4896 or search for Rotten Meat Gallery on Facebook.

William Busta Gallery

The Great White Mountains and the Cold Cathode Plains. Jeffry Chiplis' neon and argon gaslight sculptures transcend their commercial beginnings and form energetic abstract figures. A reception will be held February 15 from 5 to 9 p.m. Through March 2 at 2731 Prospect Ave. Call 216-298-9071 or go to

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