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December 23, 2015

MARIA NEIL ART PROJECT AT HYATT ARCADE

November 23, 2015

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Cleveland Creates ~ ARTneo: Cleveland Creates February 20 - April 17, 2015 ARTneo presents Cleveland Creates, a juried exhibition of Northeast Ohio artists on the second floor of 78th Street Studios.
They Came. They Saw. They Printed. Zygote Press: Zygote Press has been collecting works by international artists for 19+ years and has amassed a stunning and comprehensive collection of contemporary works in print. Curated by Corrie Slawson, this is the first show pulled from the archive and I'm psyched to have my work represented.
"19" invitational exhibition curated by Dana Depew: The "19" invitational exhibition will serve as a visual commentary on the quality and richness of contemporary art currently being produced in northeast Ohio. Participating artists: Tom Bartel, Lissa Bockrath, Jeffry Chiplis, Ron Copeland, Matthew Dibble, Scott Goss, Brandon Juhasz, Mark Keffer, Michael Loderstedt, Doug Meyer, Jason K. Milburn, Dana Oldfather, Jenniffer Omaitz, Edward Raffel, Eric Rippert, Dan Tranberg, Mark Slankard, Grace Summanen, Laila Voss. Opening Reception Nov 7, 2014 - 6-9pm Red Space Gallery 2400 Superior Ave E Cleveland OH 44114.
DeStilled Lives: curated by Kristin Rogers: "Narcissusissy by Eric Rippert: Watch closely. This video is a fantastic visual and literary pun-a total gut punch, without needless fanfare. Narcissusissy is a tableaux of face-to-face identical twins, peacefully pressed against each other over a seemingly indefinite period of time. Or, it's a single character, pressed against a mirror, enacting the endless gaze unto himself, impotent as it may be, like the Greek protagonist, Narcissus. Either way, the cautiously slow movement creates a sense of unease and curiosity-reminding us, at once, of both the beauty and the glut of self-love." - Kristin Rogers
Nice write-up that appeared in ArtDaily.org : New exhibition by photographer Eric Rippert to open at The Maria Neil Art Project.
Cleveland photographer uses toys, vintage wallpaper and large format camera in innovative show at new Waterloo gallery: Thanks to Laura DeMarco of The Plain Dealer for writing this article regarding my exhibition at Maria Neil Art Project.
Solo Exhibition at Maria Neil Art Project: The Maria Neil Art Project is proud to announce the opening of a new exhibition from Collinwood based photographer Eric Rippert. ‘Is This It’ is the first solo exhibition from Rippert in the Northeast Ohio area in more than ten years. In the exhibition, Rippert presents a series of new photographs, produced especially for this show, created using the historic platinum printing process. Platinum prints are known for their beauty, archival stability and unique, one-of-a-kind print statement. The same can be said of Rippert’s images – they are beautiful, one-of-a-kind statements offering a notion of a passed history, a collective memory, perhaps representing life events experienced, no matter how minute or grand. Each image presents the viewer with the opportunity to form a personal narrative when looking at the blurred versus the precise within the images. Purposefully keeping the meaning of the photographic narrative cryptic allows the viewer multiple interpretations and creates representational diversity. The exhibition will also feature some of Eric’s previously shown work from his 2011 ‘Ameriscape’ series.
LAND Studio - In Progress: Cleveland’s Innerbelt Bridge is a critical component of the City of Cleveland’s infrastructure and one of Ohio’s most essential transportation corridors. The project is the largest transportation improvement project in the State of Ohio’s history and one of few that has incorporated a public art component.
Artists Chosen for Innerbelt Public Art Mural: LAND-studios conducted a national search for art and chose me, along with two other artists, to adorn neighborhood underpasses with digitally captured murals. My winning proposal will have me creating four photographs, one representing each season. When completed, the artwork will be enlarged to billboard proportions and permanently displayed in Tremont.
Innerbelt Public Art Mural Program : The Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT), together with LAND studio, is excited to announce that three, local artists have been chosen for the Innerbelt Project public art mural program.
Cleveland Museum of Art: One of my photographs housed in the permanent collection of the Cleveland Museum of Art was selected for the current exhibition Two Views: Contemporary Landscape Photography. CMA has two of my photographs residing in its permanent collection, by the way.
SPACES: Three of my video works will be included in the inaugural quarterly viewings of video art called From the Vault at SPACES. From the dozens of video works housed in The Vault, one hour of selected works will be chosen for viewing. For this inaugural screening, SPACES will be viewing the controversial work A Fire in My Belly by David Wojnarowicz that was recently censored from the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, DC. Other artists featured in the screening include: Michael MacGarry (South Africa), Nandipha Mntambo (South Africa), and David Solman (Queens, NY). Thursday, January 20, 2011.