Interviews

Artist finds new meaning in images of lynchings

Artist finds new meaning in images of lynchings

Marianne Combs, MPR NEWS, Arts & Culture, Jan. 23, 2017

Creative Capital: Art @ the Edge.

Creative Capital: Art @ the Edge.

IdeaFestival, Sept 29 - Oct 2, 2015, Louisville.

How Many Billboards.

MAK center for Art and Architecture, March 2010, West Hollywood.

In the Studio: Ken Gonzales-Day.

In the Studio: Ken Gonzales-Day.

Los Angeles Times, Feb. 13, 2011, Los Angeles.

Emerge Though Art: Ken Gonzales-Day.

Emerge Through Art, May 2011, Los Angeles.

In Conversation with Ken Gonzales-Day.

Artwrit.com, Jun. 2011, New York.

LACMA Unframed w Ken Gonzales-Day.

LACMA UNFRAMED, 19 Oct. 2011, Los Angeles.

Canal UNE, Medellin: Ken Gonzales-Day.

Canal UNE, 9 Dec. 2011, Medellin, Colombia.

Exhibit Reveals History of Lynching in California.

The California Report, 89.3 KPCC, 13 Apr. 2012, Los Angeles.

Ken Gonzales-Day: Lynching in the West.

CNN Headline News, 23 Apr. 2012, Los Angeles.

Lynching in the West: Latino, Native and Asian American Communities.

ASIA PACIFIC FORUM, WBAI 99.5 Radio, 10 Feb. 2014, Los Angeles.

Ken Gonzales-Day: Absence of Presence.

Musee Magazine, No. 12, 8 Jul. 2015, New York.

Skin exhibition tackles race through art.

Take Two, 89.3 KPCC radio, 23 Feb. 2016, Los Angeles.

The Frame: California’s Lynching History.

THE FRAME, 89.3 KPCC Radio, 23 Apr. 2015, Los Angeles.


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