To see all of the first Front International: Cleveland Triennial for Contemporary Art, which is now open to the public, is something of a challenge. It involves day trips to Akron and Oberlin, and researching hard-to-find locations within Cleveland itself. Last week, we posted the first part of a slide show of various works on view at the triennial, which was organized by artistic director Michelle Grabner. The second part of that slide show follows below. Included are views of a Dawoud Bey photo installation at St. John’s Episcopal Church, the Akron Art Museum portion of the exhibition, and John Riepenhoff’s sausages, which are currently being sold at the West Side Market. A full report will follow later this week.
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