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JMKACJohn Michael Kohler Arts Center (Sheboygan, Wisconsin)
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Here, the duo's works are placed in conversation with loaned works by other artists as well as their own selections from the John Michael Kohler Arts Center's major collection of art environments and vernacular objects made by untrained artists, including Levi Fisher Ames, Emery Blagdon, Eugene Von Bruenchenhein, and Nick Engelbert.
And finally, the John Michael Kohler Arts Center is to celebrate 40 years of its Arts/ Industry collaboration including a retrospective exhibition 22 March -31 August 2014 (jmkac.org).
Alison Ferris, John Michael Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan, Wisconsin, curator who organized the show says, “The photographers and video artists featured in this fascinating and, at times, provocative exhibition demonstrate today's reality: family is a complicated entanglement of people defined by love more than tradition, convention, the law, or even blood.”
Recently opened are the John Michael Kohler Arts Center in Sheboygan, Wisconsin, and The Artsynergy Building in Nashville, Tennessee, which will house Tennessee Dance Theater.
A solo exhibition of her work is at the John Michael Kohler Arts Center in Sheboygan, Wisconsin, February 14--May 23.
Although this show, organized by Karen Patterson under the aegis of the John Michael Kohler Arts Center in Wisconsin, didn't put Godie's work directly in conversation with that of such iconic self-portraitists as Cindy Sherman or Jack Smith, it effectively highlighted Godie's self-aware challenge to the notion of "outsider" that has limited past understandings of her practice.
Alison Ferris, John Michael Kohler Arts Center curator who organized the show says, “The photographers and video artists featured in this fascinating and, at times, provocative exhibition demonstrate today's reality: family is a complicated entanglement of people defined by love more than tradition, convention, the law, or even blood.”
10 RAY YOSHIDA (JOHN MICHAEL KOHLER ARTS CENTER. SHEBOYGAN, WI: CURATED BY KAREN PATTERSON) Redolent of the spirit in which Yoshida displayed his collection of some 2,600 objects in his home, this exhibition assembled a vast trove of folk art, ethnographic artifacts, and sundry flea-market and junk-shop finds, plus works by the Chicago lmagists (many of whom Yoshida had mentored during his four decades as a teacher at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago) and a sampling of his own paintings.
“The Kids Are All Right” will be on view at the John Michael Kohler Arts Center through Jan.
Sheboygan, WI, September 23, 2012 --(PR.com)-- Beginning September 30, 2012, the John Michael Kohler Arts Center explores the bedrock theme of “family,” and how evolving photographic technologies have influenced the manner in which families are portrayed in the exhibition The kids are all right.