Athens, OH 45701
Photographs by Kenji Kawano, AJ Meek and Frederic Schreiber from Kennedy Museum of Art permanent collection.
Curated by Jody Lamb, Ph.D., School of Art Associate Professor; Associate Dean, College of Fine Arts.
September 7-January 27, 2013
Friday September 21, 6 pm-8 pm
Bringing together the work of three artists from the Kennedy Museum of Art Permanent Collections, Kenji Kawano, A.J Meek, and Frederick Schreiber, this exhibition features black and white photography inspired by the artists’ observations and experiences, as well as their need to call attention to notions of visibility- whether those be through an analysis of the world around us, or capturing those who have been forgotten.
The Kennedy Museum of Art is located in historic Lin Hall at The Ridges on the Ohio University campus. Named in honor of Edwin L. and Ruth E. Kennedy, the Museum features significant collections including important southwest Native American textiles and jewelry and a renowned contemporary print collection. This world-class institution brings to the University and the region a wide range of permanent collection and traveling exhibitions, educational programming, and special tours. The Kennedy Museum is an integral part of the educational, research, and public service missions of Ohio University.