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Unseen: Our Past in a New Light

Unseen: Our Past in a New Light

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Unseen: Our Past in a New Light Ken Gonzales-Day and Titus Kaphar
The early history of portraiture in the United States, from the country’s founding to the

advent of photography in 1839, favored white men who owned land and could vote.…Read more ›

You May Have the Body. Or You May Not: Habeas Corpus in the Museum.

Lisa Saltzman, Phantom Bodies, ed. Mark W. Scala, Frist Center, 2015Read more ›

Our America: The Latino Presence in American Art

Carmen E. Ramos, Smithsonian Institution, Sept. 01, 2014Read more ›
Network of Mutuality: 50 Years Post-Birmingham. (travelled)

Network of Mutuality: 50 Years Post-Birmingham. (travelled)

Ken Gonzales-Day, Art Gallery, University of Maryland, Jan. 30, 2013Read more ›

Edge of Twilight.

Ken Gonzales-Day, Connie Samaras: Tales of Tomorrow, Armory Center, 2013Read more ›
Edward S. Curtis: Visualizing the ‘Vanishing Race.’

Edward S. Curtis: Visualizing the ‘Vanishing Race.’

Ken Gonzales-Day, Performing Archive: Ed. by Jacqueline Wernimont, David J. Kim, Amy Borsuk, et al.,
SCALAR, University of Southern California, 2013Read more ›

Making Faces: Constructed Portraits

Karen Sinsheimer, Portrayal /Betrayal, Santa Barbara Museum of Art, 2012Read more ›
Ken Gonzales-Day in COLA 2011

Ken Gonzales-Day in COLA 2011

Vanessa Place, COLA 2011, Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, spring 2011Read more ›

Profiled.

Ken Gonzales-Day, Las Cienegas Projects, Mar. 5, 2011Read more ›

Messerschmidt’s Artistic Reception at the Two Fins-de-Siècle.

Antonia Broström, Franz Xaver Messerschmidt 1736-1783, Louvre Editions, 2010Read more ›

How Many Billboards: Art in Stead.

Kimberli Meyer, MAK Center for Art and Architecture, Feb. 5, 2010Read more ›

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