Fences, Sausages, and an Ark Hive: Around Cleveland’s Front International Triennial, Part 2

One of the most touching works at the triennial is a reconstructed mural by Julian Stanczak, the Cleveland-based Op artist who died last year at 88. The mural once appeared in this same location, in the city’s Downtown district, in 1970, and its eye-popping red and orange forms are still in the process of being repainted. It’s part of a larger mural project that will also place works by Kay Rosen and Oditi Donald Odita in the neighborhood.