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International Exhibition, ‘Cartas de Cuba – Letters from Ohio’ In 3 Locations

International Exhibition, ‘Cartas de Cuba – Letters from Ohio’ Currently On Display

by Daric Gill

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Talking with a Cuban artist/gallery enthusiast during the Bienal deLa Habana XII (Havana Biennial 13).

In an ongoing partnership with our dear artist friends in Cuba, Cartas de Cuba – Letters from Ohio is an international joint exhibit of work by Cuban and Ohio artists. This exhibition features original artwork created by artists in Cuba and Ohio that showcase freedom of expression, robust dialogue, and vibrant talent intersecting through different art mediums. The artwork in this multi-location exhibition can be currently seen at three Columbus galleries. In addition to the Columbus stops, Cartas de Cuba – Letters From Ohio will travel to venues in Cuba and New York City. My work can be currently seen at the Columbus Museum of Art along with many others starting August 4, 2022. Each gallery displays a different group of artists. You are encouraged to visit all venues to experience the entire body of work. There are 2 receptions; dates, and directions are listed below. Read on for more.

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My Art Among Works At Mansfield Art Center – “In Between Everywhere”

Absolute: Privilege (detail)
“Absolute: Privilege” (detail): Oil on reclaimed cherry in an 1800’s Victorian molded frame. 17″ x 15 1/4″.

by Daric Gill

I’m very pleased to announce that I will have 3 paintings on display at the Mansfield Art Center from January 24 – February 28, 2021. In Between Everywhere is an exhibition designed to highlight and showcase the works of 42 central Ohio artists. This collection of artists originated in central Ohio, but has now spanned out across the country. The included artists produce artwork in a variety of mediums and styles chosen for consistency of vision and quality of work. 

Visiting the Exhibition
Works will be on display from January 24 – February 28. The space is open 10am – 5pm T-F and 10am – 4pm on weekends. Please note that due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, all guests will be required to wear a mask and maintain social distancing. They have hand sanitizer for your convenience and masks available by donation. Please visit this Facebook event page to find more information.

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New Robotics Art & International Paintings To Show at Columbus Museum of Art

New Robotics Art & International Paintings To Show at Columbus Museum of Art

by Daric Gill

“Absolute: Thread” at the Columbus Museum of Art

It is my great pleasure to announce the long-awaited opening of Greater Columbus, an exhibition featuring works by myself and a small group of outstanding artists based in central Ohio. The exhibition represents a wonderful partnership between the Columbus Museum of Art and the Greater Columbus Arts Council. This is my second exhibition at the museum representing this generous award by the Arts Council. To say that I’m grateful is an understatement. Last year’s museum exhibition in conjunction with a 3-month artist residency in Dresden, Germany are among my most pleasurable achievements as an artist.

“The Circadian Machine” on display at the Columbus Museum of Art

A jury of distinguished arts professionals working outside the region awarded Individual Artist Fellowships to Molly Jo Burke & Nathan Gorgen, Nick Larsen,  Laura Larson, and Christopher Burk. Greater Columbus features their work alongside myself and Chaz O’Neil, who were selected for additional residencies in Dresden, Germany as part of the Arts Council’s Artist Exchange Program.

I have selected 5 pieces for the exhibit including the special debut of an interactive light and sound sculpture. Additionally, there are 3 paintings made during my residency in Germany and another larger painting with international ties to Cuba.

A reception has not been planned for the foreseeable future. However, the exhibition is open for in-person experience and we are actively adding new virtual programs for the public. The museum, art council, and I welcome each one of you to visit and support artwork that is culturally viable and globally relevant. Please enjoy the image gallery below and the in-person exhibition if you can.

Please grab a mask and reserve your ticket today!
Click here for visitation policies, ticket reservations, and COVID-19 guidelines.

Can’t make it? No problem. Here are links to my featured artwork & their stories:
“The Circadian Machine” – New Interactive Light + Sound Sculpture Shifts Time
“Absolute: Thread” – Strings Soft Notes On Antique German Violin
“Absolute: Connection” – Painting Points to Our Shared Bonds
“Absolute: Elevation” – Finds Reverence In Shared Reflections From Germany
Absolute: Triumph – Extending More Connections From Columbus To Cuba

November 6, 2020 – April 25, 2021 

Monday: Closed
Tuesday-Wednesday: 10:00 AM–5:00 PM
Thursday: 10:00 AM–9:00 PM
Friday-Sunday: 10:00 AM–5:00 PM

480 East Broad Street, Columbus, OH 43215

A special thanks to:

The Greater Columbus Arts Council, The Columbus Museum Of Art!