On Saturday, September 23, 21c Cincinnati will present a lecture by Ken Gonzales-Day, a Los Angeles based artist whose interdisciplinary practice addresses issues of race, history, education, and cultural production and presentation. Gonzales-Day’s Untitled photograph from the Profiled series is featured in A Global Gathering: The 21c Collection. Exhibited internationally, works from the Profiled series address the material legacies of slavery, colonialism, imperialism, gender normativity, and whiteness.
About the Artist
Ken Gonzales-Day received a BFA from Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, an MFA from the University of California Irvine, and an MA from Hunter College in NYC. He is a Professor of Art at Scripps College in Claremont, CA. where he has taught since 1995. His work has been widely exhibited including: LACMA, Los Angeles; LAXART, Los Angeles; Tamayo Museum, Mexico City; Palais de Tokyo, Paris; The New Museum, NYC; Generali Foundation, Vienna, among others.
Ken Gonzales-Day (American), Portrait, 2013. Photograph
Source: Ken Gonzales-Day Lecture