About the Annex Gallery
Located in the Pendleton Art Center compound in the Annex Building, we are a 4,000 square foot gallery hosting timely and socially relevant exhibitions of local and international artists. Since 2017 we have hosted our Cuban art exchange project.
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SOS ART invites YOU to
ALL FALLS DOWN: Architectural Heritage Effaced The Universal Tale of two Cities, two Countries An exhibit of photographs by Lebanese artist Gregory Buchakjian and Cincinnati artist William Howes who both, passionately, documented the abandoned, neglected, and destroyed architectural buildings of their respective city due to economic speculation, poverty, lack of government support, war, etc. Organized & curated by Saad Ghosn, Founder & President of SOS ART, in partnership with Jens Rosenkrantz, the Annex Gallery, and with sponsorship by Fotofocus.
5 – 8pm: Opening Reception with 6 – 7pm: Artist Talk, Gregory Buchakjian & William Howes
Please Join Us and Spread the Word. THANKS
Real Cuba opens September 28th with a curator talk September 29th 5 to 8pm. Raul was unable to secure a visa to travel because the US Embassy wouldn’t grant him an interview until December. Not much has changed since the last administration shut down the Embassy. Except now the Cuban economy is in tatters due to the ongoing Embargo and the challenges of tourism post COVID. Even the Ukrainian war has impacted the island as the Russian tourism has disappeared.
The exhibit will include 35 images he selected from his life’s work coving Havana and the countryside.
J. Miles Wolf is partnering with Cincinnati Preservation Association (CPA) and FotoFocus to present an exhibition of more than a 100 photographs of Cincinnati’s amazing collection of Art Deco buildings. Hosted by the Annex Gallery, 1310 Pendleton Street, next to the Pendleton Arts Center, this exhibit will feature large scale color photographs, informative text and captions that will take you on a journey back to the 1920s, 30s and 40s.
The Gallery will be hosting a one day pop up to support the refugees of Ukraine. Photos will include works for sale by Brad Smith who visited Kharkiv in 1992 as part of the Cincinnati Sister City project. In addition we will be exhibiting his collection of prints by Ukrainian photographers.