Erin Dziedzic

contemporary art curator. writer. cultural critic

Group Exhibition | The Center is a Moving Target: If You Lived (T)here

The second in a series of exhibitions presented at Kemper at the Crossroads, The Center is a Moving Target addresses the evolving rhythm and elusive modern definition of “regionalisms” in contemporary art. Artists living and working within a two-hundred-mile radius of Kansas City along a central corridor of the Midwest—from Iowa, through Kansas City, and to Oklahoma—address the history and peculiarities of place in projects that explore architectural concepts of our time.

Exhibition artists:

Gina Adams
Jill Downen
Peter P. Goché
Eyakem Gulilat
Caitlin Horsmon
James Woodfill

Photo: E.G. Schempf

Photo: E.G. Schempf

Photo: E.G. Schempf

Photo: E.G. Schempf

Photo: E.G. Schempf

Photo: E.G. Schempf

Photo: E.G. Schempf

Photo: E.G. Schempf

Photo: E.G. Schempf

Photo: E.G. Schempf

Photo: E.G. Schempf

Photo: E.G. Schempf

Photo: E.G. Schempf

Photo: E.G. Schempf

Photo: E.G. Schempf

Photo: E.G. Schempf

Photo: E.G. Schempf

Photo: E.G. Schempf

Photo: E.G. Schempf

Photo: E.G. Schempf

Photo: E.G. Schempf

Photo: E.G. Schempf

Photo: E.G. Schempf

Photo: E.G. Schempf

Photo: E.G. Schempf

Photo: E.G. Schempf

Photo: E.G. Schempf

Photo: E.G. Schempf

Photo: E.G. Schempf

Photo: E.G. Schempf

Photo: E.G. Schempf

Photo: E.G. Schempf

Photo: E.G. Schempf

Photo: E.G. Schempf

Photo: E.G. Schempf

Photo: E.G. Schempf

Photo: E.G. Schempf

Photo: E.G. Schempf

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This entry was posted on March 24, 2016 by in 2014-2015.
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