Ken Gonzales-Day

Gonzales-Day is a Los Angeles-based artist.


10 passage Josset 75011 Paris (rez-de-chaussée au fond du passage Josset) Additional information at DIX291 Artists: Derek Boshier, Gwylène Gallimard, Ken Gonzales-Day, Richard Hamilton, Hélène Majera, Joan Rabascall, Thomas Ruff, Wolf Vostell du 10 janvier au 15 mars 2008 ImageMédiaPolitique : un seul vocable pour réunir des œuvres entrant en résonnance, de façon plus ou


Zacheta National Gallery of Art, Warsaw: Viva Mexico!

  VIVA MEXICO! LONG LIVE MEXICO!  Zachęta National Gallery of Art pl. Małachowskiego 3, 00-916 Warsaw Sept 18 – Nov 18, 2007 curator: Magda Kardasz collaboration: Joanna Sokołowska exhibition design: Daniel Malone Under the above slogan, three days after Mexico’s national holiday, we opened at Zachęta a large presentation of the work of contemporary artists based in Mexico City,

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Generali Foundation, Vienna: Exile of the Imaginary

Exile of the Imaginary. Politics / Aesthetics / Love Exhibition Publication Curated by Dr. Juli Carson Generali Foundation, Wiedner Hauptstraße, 1040 Vienna January 18 through April 29, 2007 With works by Andrea Geyer, Ken Gonzales-Day, Sharon Hayes, Adrià Julià, LTTR, Dorit Margreiter, Stephanie Taylor, Kerry Tribe, Bruce Yonemoto, and Dolores Zinny/Juan Maidagan Can love be

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Whiteness: A Wayward Construction

Edited by Tyler Stallings Whiteness, A Wayward Construction is a group exhibition of contemporary artists who explore the identity politics and cultural study of whiteness in the United States, the first exhibition of its kind in an American museum. The exhibition includes seventy-eight works of paintings, drawings, photography, and installations by twenty-eight artists. The exhibition is

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