The second in a series, KY.7 Biennial is a regional survey of contemporary art produced in the Commonwealth of Kentucky and its seven contiguous states: Illinois, Indiana, Missouri, Ohio, Tennessee, Virginia, and West Virginia. Artwork selected is innovative in concept and execution, is culturally relevant, and addresses issues important to contemporary life. The show is juried by John Begley (Gallery Director and Coordinator of Critical and Curatorial Studies at the Hite Art Institute), Jason Franz (Executive Director and Chief Curator at Manifest Creative Research Gallery and Drawing Center) and Becky Alley (LAL Exhibitions and Programs Director).
The reason I mention this is that I have the fortunate opportunity to be showing work in the exhibition. I have a small series of photographs depicting somewhat disintegrated U.S. currency with all the graphic structures and political undercurrents that go along with them.
There are also a few related events...
Show Dates: September 11-October 23
Reception: Friday, September 24, 6-9 PM
Artist Talk (I'll be speaking): Thursday, Oct. 14, 7-8 PM
Closing Reception: Friday, October 22, 6-9 PM
Hope you can make it to see the work.
Prof. Darrell Kincer