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When Matthew Kyba moved recently to Columbus from Toronto, Canada, he experienced shock and awe at the local art scene. Shock because he was amazed by how friendly and helpful those in the art community greeted him, and awe because of the wealth of accomplished artists he found.

Kyba, 31, with degrees infilm and media studies and experience in gallery and nonprofit work in Canada, decided to establish his own warehouse art center in Columbus and begin presenting exhibits and events celebrating contemporary artists.

Visual Arts:Riffe Gallery exhibit gives ‘gut-punching’ glimpse into Black American life

“Enactive Architecture,” which continues through June 24 in Kyba’s 2,000-square-foot Franklinton exhibit space, features six Ohio-based artists whose new works — most of them created for this exhibit — express or consider the nature of “home.”

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