In the KI Gallery


A Place Aside: Artists and Their Partners

September 28 - December 20, 2012

Since the invention of photography, the camera has been turned towards loved ones to document birthdays, vacations, graduations, and other significant events. For each of the couples included in this exhibition, however, photography is not a method of simply recording events but a means of exploring their partnership through the creation of art.

While the photographs serve as documents of a couple’s life together, they also reveal the trust and respect that each partner has for the other. A Place Aside, organized by guest curator Garrett Hansen, features images from nine contemporary photographers working in the United States, China, Brazil, and Japan: Jeff Moerchen, Alexis Culver, Audim Culver, Gustavo Gomes, Yuhki Touyama, Fabien Seguin, Julie Barnofski, Garrett Hansen, and Tanya Bezreh.

 

Gender Expressions

September 28 - December 20, 2012

Gender Expressions uses contemporary photographs, fine art prints, and other materials from the Kinsey Institute collections to illustrate the various ways that people express their gender identity or challenge societal expectations about gender roles. A selection of magazines, books, newspaper clippings, and other materials from the library and archives takes a look at transgender history in the United States.

Artists represented in this exhibition include Mariette Pathy Allen, Jess Anthony, Herbert Ascherman, Mia Beach, Heather Christoffer, Jess T. Dugan, Leonor Fini, Wilhelm von Gloeden, Danielle C. Head, Hans van der Kamp, Vivienne Maricevic, Ohm Phanphiroj, Len Prince, Carson Rader, Sarah Taavola, Cara Lee Wade, Martin Weinberg, Jessica Anthony, Dennis Chamberlin, Michael Grecco, Linda Hesh, and Herb Ritts.

New Online Galleries at KinseyInstituteGallery.com

We are pleased to announce two recent Kinsey Gallery exhibits have been added to our collection of online galleries at KinseyInstituteGallery.com.

Love and War is drawn entirely from the Kinsey Collections, featuring works from the American Civil War to the 21st century that deal with the intersection of warfare and sexuality.

Ephemeral Ink provides a glimpse into the evolution of tattooing style and technique over the course of a hundred years through photographs, text, and ephemera.

 

NEW VIDEO: Kinsey Institute Juried Art Show 2012

View interviews with Juried Show artists and a selection of works from the show.

 

 


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