Andrew Leicester: Cincinnati Gateway Revisited
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Opening reception Friday, June 28 from 6-8 PM for this solo exhibition Celebrating the 30th anniversary of the Cincinnati Gateway sculpture!
ANDREW LEICESTER: CINCINNATI GATEWAY REVISITED
Celebrating the 30th anniversary of the Cincinnati Gateway sculpture created as the entry to Cincinnati’s Bicentennial Commons in 1988, award-winning artist and sculptor Andrew Leicester (Minneapolis, MN) returns to create a new work that revisits the once controversial public sculpture that went on to launch a million flying pigs. Leicester’s new installation will be complemented by photo documentation of the Gateway project along with
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Open late on Procter & Gamble Hall performance evenings. Please call ahead for times.
650 Walnut Street (corner of Seventh and Walnut streets), Cincinnati, OH 45202
The Weston Art Gallery is situated in the urban core of downtown Cincinnati. With more than 6,000 parking spaces within a two-block radius, there are a variety of parking options for patrons. On the street blocks of Sixth St., Walnut St., and Seventh St. there are several independent valet operators just footsteps from the Weston Art Gallery entrance. Valet stations are located adjacent to Nada Restaurant, Nicholson’s Gastropub, and Jeff Ruby’s Steakhouse.