Art Exhibits

Two New Exhibitions

When: Fri., July 1 2016

Due to the short week between the Waterloo Arts Fest and July’s first Friday Walk All Over Waterloo event, most of the art district’s galleries’ exhibitions remain on view this week. However, the Maria Neil Art Project is busy with two new exhibitions. Its main gallery space hosts the return of local painter Michelangelo Lovelace, who was the first artist to be showcased in the gallery in its inaugural exhibition. Lovelace’s We the People is timed as a response to the RNC. Meanwhile, MNAP presents the work of local abstract expressionist Justin Brennan in the Native Cleveland Annex, located around the corner from MNAP, between Native Cleveland and Star Pop Vintage + Modern. Both exhibitions open with free, public receptions from 5 to 10 p.m. today. Of course, there’s plenty more to see throughout the neighborhood. Justin Brennan’s Turbulence remains on view through July, and Michelangelo Lovelace: We The People continues through Aug. 14. (Usmani)


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