The Wexner Center brings back internationally known artist Josiah McElheny for an exhibition of his new and recent work exploring modernist ideas of utopia. Josiah McElheny: Towards a Light Club will be on view January 27–April 7, 2013.
Recent Press Releases
(Archive - Press Releases prior to January 2013)
Josiah McElheny: Towards a Light Club
The Great Depression meets the Great Recession in More American Photographs
The Wexner Center presents Depression-era photographs juxtaposed with recent photographs from the Great Recession in More American Photographs, on view January 27–April 7, 2013.
Christian Marclay's The Clock makes Midwest Debut
The Wexner Center for the Arts announced today that it will exhibit The Clock, an internationally acclaimed tour de force by artist Christian Marclay, on view January 27–April 7, 2013. This marks the first Midwest presentation of The Clocksince its London debut in 2010.
Field & Screen Returns by Popular Demand
Field & Screen, a film series now in its fourth year at the Wexner Center, returns with a full slate of films and other events to shed light on issues surrounding food and the environment, as well as the pleasures that can be had from both. This year, the monthlong series in February features a history of the environmental movement, a look at the radioactive aftermath following the 2011 tsunami in Japan, the story of two foragers, a panel discussion about our relationship to the animal world, and much more.
Mellon Foundation Grant awarded to Wexner Center to support art and artists of Brazil
Columbus, OH— February 7, 2011—The Wexner Center for the Arts and The Ohio State University have been awarded a $782,300 grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to support a multidisciplinary, four-year initiative focusing on the vibrant visual and media arts culture in Brazil. The grant will support trans-institutional curatorial research and programming across exhibitions, film/video, and arts education—all in the spirit of developing in-depth and sustained creative and intellectual exchange. Over time, the center’s engagement with Brazil will include artist residencies and commissions, a film project and series, a significant exhibition and catalogue, lectures, scholarly symposia, and a postdoctoral fellowship to be shared with OSU.