Top 5 Ways to Experience FotoFocus Biennal

The FotoFocus Biennal returns this month, with exhibits and events in venues all over town. Just $25 buys your passport to more than 60 exhibitions and 100 events throughout the month.
 Zanele Muholi, Bester II, Paris, 2014. © Zanele Muholi.
Zanele Muholi, Bester II, Paris, 2014. © Zanele Muholi.

Courtesy of the artist and Yancey Richardson Gallery

1. Obscure Cincinnati: J. Miles Wolf
Wolf’s images capture some of our city’s double-secret locations, and the works are all publicly displayed in storefront windows downtown. Ongoing, October 1–31

2. It’s a Trip: Works from the Cincinnati Book Arts Society
This exhibition is inspired by unpublished turn-of-the-century travel photography by Lloyd Library founder Curtis Gates Lloyd. Monday, October 3, Lloyd Library.

3. Roe Ethridge: Nearest Neighbor
Nearest Neighbor is Ethridge’s first solo exhibition in the U.S. Friday, October 7, Panel discussion with the artist at 7 p.m., opening reception at 8 p.m. at the Contemporary Arts Center

4. Kentucky Renaissance: The Lexington Camera Club and Its Community, 1954-1974
The group included Ralph Eugene Meatyard, Robert C. May and Cranston Ritchie. Wednesday, October 5, opening reception 5–8 p.m.; Opens to the public Oct 8, Cincinnati Art Museum

5. Personae: Zaneli Muholi
Opening reception for South African artist Zaneli Muholi’s arresting portraits. Saturday, October 8, 3:30–5:30 p.m. at the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center


FotoFocus Biennal, October 3–9, fotofocusbiennial.org

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