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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 ›
Haptic Blackness: The Double Life of an 18th-century Bust.

Haptic Blackness: The Double Life of an 18th-century Bust.

Cyra Levenson and Chi-ming Yan, Ken Gonzales-Day, British Art Studies, Issue 1, Nov. 2016
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39 Objects Arranged by Color.

Ken Gonzales-Day, Artillery Magazine, May 3, 2016Read more ›

Angle of View: Histories in Sharp Focus

Ken Gonzales-Day, Huffpost Arts & Culture, Mar. 2015Read more ›

Tom of Finland.

Ken Gonzales-Day, Encyclopedia of Human Sexuality, Whiley-Blackwell, 2014Read 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 ›
Fragments from the Profiled Series.

Fragments from the Profiled Series.

Ken Gonzales-Day, X-TRA Contemporary Art Quarterly, Sept. 2011.Read more ›
Profiled.

Profiled.

A PAC Prize Book, LACMA, 2011, Los Angeles.Read more ›

Focus: Ken Gonzales-Day.

Ken Gonzales-Day, SuperMassiveBlackWhole, Issue 6, 2010Read more ›

Selections from Profile Series.

Ken Gonzales-Day, Getty Research Journal, No. 2, 2010Read more ›

Special Project: Wounded Artifacts.

Ken Gonzales-Day, Palais, Palais de Tokyo, Fall 2009Read more ›
Lynching in the West: 1850–1935

Lynching in the West: 1850–1935

A John Hope Franklin Center Book, Duke University Press, 2006, Durham.Read more ›

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