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This week at local galleries and museums




Das Wird Sich Alles Finden. Everything will turn out alright with this exhibition of 16 artists from Germany, France, the U.K., and America. The traveling exhibit began after the curators for a scheduled Berlin show absconded after having taken artists' fees. The creatives organized their own show, and reframed their work under considerations of disappointment and resilience. Opening reception Friday April 5 from 6 to 9 p.m. Through April 27 at 15605 Waterloo Rd. Call 216-692-9500 or go to


The Warehouse Auction. Browse over 400 lots of furniture, fine and decorative art, and rugs in this affordable auction. An open house will be held Saturday, April 6 from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m., and the auction house will be open to previews Monday, April 8 through Friday April 12 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. The auction will be held Saturday April 13 at 11 a.m. at 10717 Detroit Ave. For more information, call 216-458-7695 or go to


Body of Work and The Paradise Institute. Kate Gilmore's performance-based commission juxtaposes hard and messy labor with impractical clothes traditionally considered "girly." Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller combine sights and sounds for disorienting multi-sensory experiences. Through June 9 at 11400 Euclid Ave. Call 216-421-8671 or go to


Pencil on Paper. From a distance, Jane Millican of the United Kingdom's works look like oil paintings made with drippy, broad brushstrokes. Up close, they reveal themselves to be painstakingly executed pencil drawings. Through May 11 at 1305 West 80th St. Call 216-631-6719 or go to


Flower of Life. Douglas Sanderson's almost Arabesque abstractions on Mylar use repeating yet evolving patterns of simple shapes to create a sort of visual music. The artist will be in the gallery Saturday April 6 from 2 to 4 p.m. to discuss his work. Through April 20 at 2731 Prospect Ave. For more information, call 216-298-9071 or go to


The Last Days of Pompeii. Three hundred years of art inspired by the doomed city at the base of Mt. Vesuvius offers a day's worth of images and food for thought. Through July 7 at 11150 East Blvd. For more information, call 216-421-7350 or go to

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