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 Portrait 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
Exhibited internationally, works from the Profiled series address the material legacies of slavery, colonialism, imperialism, gender normativity, and whiteness.
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