Kennedy Museum of Art
The Van Gogh Affect
Sept. 24, 2021 - March 27, 2022
The Van Gogh Affect is an exhibition of work by award-winning photographers Lynn Johnson and Patricia Lanza, addressing the artist Vincent Van Gogh’s profound and ever-present influence on contemporary perceptions of the world. Simultaneously contemplating and reaffirming Van Gogh’s resounding posthumous influence over art and culture of the 19th, 20th, and 21st centuries, Johnson and Lanza offer evocative insight into the artist’s uniquely sensitive lived experience of place and light.
August 20, 2021 - March 6, 2022
LACUNA is an intermedia collaboration between Mateo Galvano, a multimedia conceptual artist, and C. David Russell, whose practice includes performing objects as well as scenic and costume design for theater. The installation features sculptures, moving images, and an audio soundscape. At the heart of the exhibition is a film featuring a stop-motion animated Bramble Puppet made of sticks. A language of formal abstraction is used to tell a story about the creative process.
Visual Literacy Gallery
The objects in this gallery have been specifically selected by Curator of Education Sally Delgado and Educational Programs Coordinator Lisa Quinn to stimulate conversations on visual literacy and how we create meaning, both individually and collectively, from visual images.