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This was our first time visiting this gallery and probably the last. Unfortunately, the current exhibition was not to our liking. The featured artist used the same person as their subject in all of the artwork. Plus the addition of furniture in the exhibits was...More
This was our first time visiting Wexner. The current exhibition was not to our liking unfortunately. The artist is talented, but all of the art was of the same person/people. It was very modern, which really isn't our thing, but it was a nice activity...More
...that would not be suitable for children. Artist created works with mixed media...parts of pbotos, wallpaper, multiple textures, colors and effects. I really enjoyed the creative textures. Was free because we had memberships at other art museums. We spent an enjoyable 90 minutes walking the...More
What a gem of a gallery!? Being on the OSU I have actually kind of avoided going because I wasn't sure how crowded it would be and if I would have trouble parking - but went on a Sunday when street parking was aplenty. Fabulous...More
I just visited this lovely little museum for the first time and really loved it. The space is great, and the art we saw was lovely. We went for the Todd Oldham exhibit, and the organization was great. It was a very inspirational show. The...More
There exhibits change all the time . Another thing I like college to medical school school students get free and does not have be an OSU ID. Also they have a great gift shop. Lastly the people who work here are very nice.
I chanced upon the free guided tour of Cindy Sherman's exhibition at 5pm on a Thursday night, so that was a real treat. I am an art lover but I have NO clue about this genre nor Sherman's works. So the tour helped me to...More
A real must for anyone into contemporary art and film. It is also a world renowned building by Peter Eisenman that is worth photographing as an outstanding example of Deconstructivism. I visited twice- once at night for a film and then the next day for...More
I came here to see a film, and thoroughly enjoyed seeing the art that is on display. Parking is very close on campus, and it's an easy walk from the parking garage. I look forward to attending more events at this venue and seeing the...More