Wexner Center’s “Transfigurations” exhibit offers rare chance to see modern art masters like Picasso and Jean Dubuffet

To celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Wexner Center for the Arts, the multidisciplinary contemporary arts institution will hold its most impressive exhibition in “Transfigurations: Modern Masters from the Wexner Family Collection,” which opens to the public on Sept. 21. That this is the Wexner Center’s most significant exhibition is saying a lot, considering past ones have included icons like Andy Warhol and Annie Leibovitz.
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The Ohio natives kick off their North American Tour in winning fashion
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Columbus Brewing Company announces expansion

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Concert review: Wilco at the LC Pavilion

Jeff Tweedy and Co. celebrate two decades as a band with a career-spanning set
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Q: Who's your favorite female rock star?

Justin McIntosh
Editor
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Carrie Brownstein

Brad Keefe
Web producer
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Kathleen Hanna, Shirley Manson, Alison Mosshart, St. Vincent, etc., etc.

Meghan Ralston
Photographer
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Lydia Loveless

Andy Downing
Reporter
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