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    • October 2008 Curriculum Vitae, Ken Gonzales-Day

    • Curriculum vitae; Gonzales-Day, Ken; Education; College teaching; Art Exhibitions; Scholarships; Reviews of research; Lectures and lecturing
    • Ken Gonzales-Day's curriculum vitae listing his education, fellowships, monographs, solo exhibitions, public art projects, selected group exhibitions, public/private collections, special print projects, awards and grants, bibliography, reviews and...
    • July 2012 Curriculum Vitae, Ken Gonzales-Day

    • Curriculum vitae; Gonzales-Day, Ken; Education; College teaching; Art Exhibitions; Scholarships; Reviews of research; Lectures and lecturing
    • Ken Gonzales-Day's curriculum vitae listing his education, fellowships, monographs, solo exhibitions, public art projects, selected group exhibitions, public/private collections, special print projects, awards and grants, bibliography, reviews and...
    • CUE Art Foundation catalogue

    • Gonzales-Day, Ken; Adorno, Theodor W., 1903-1969; Benjamin, Walter, 1892-1940; Lynching; California; Latinos in American history; Archival materials; Art Exhibitions; Photographs; CUE Art Foundation
    • The exhibition included the Erased Lynching series, the wallpaper piece, The Wonder Gaze (St. James Park), and two photographs from the Searching for California's Hang Trees series. The exhibition catalogue introduction was written by Bruce...
    • Found images and sculptures detail

    • Art Exhibitions; Photography; Found objects (Art); Sculpture; Busts
    • Installation shot of found images in "Profiled" series at Las Cienegas Projects in Los Angeles. In this collection, Gonzales-Day looks to the depiction of race and the construction of whiteness as points of departure from which to consider the...
    • Variation #4 side

    • Trees; Public art; Murals; Ceramics; Government buildings; Parking garages; Art Exhibitions
    • Photograph of permanent public art installation at Los Angeles County Administration Building, South Los Angeles. The project seeks to reintroduce the oak to the urban landscape — symbolically, if not literally. This public art project was...
    • Sculptures back view

    • Art exhibitions; Photography; Sculpture; Nude in art; Graffiti; Art - Mutilation, defacement, etc.
    • Photograph shows three statues from the posterior which have been variously defaced. In this collection, Gonzales-Day looks to the depiction of race and the construction of whiteness as points of departure from which to consider the impact of...
    • Nightfall II billboard

    • Lynching; Trees; Art Exhibitions; Billboards; Public art; Barbed wire; Telephone lines
    • Photograph of public art installation of "Nightfall II" in Los Angeles. Image affixed to a billboard on La Cienega Boulevard. Using archival records, Gonzales-Day went searching for California's historic hang trees. While some of the locations of...
    • Of Difference

    • Art Exhibitions; Photography; Physiognomy; Physiognomy in art; Frames; Drawing; Group f.64; Lavater, Johann Caspar, 1741-1801; Steve Turner Gallery
    • Profiles of human foreheads drawn from photographs, as shown at "Ken Gonzales-Day: Physiognomy and the Love of Mankind" at Steve Turner Contemporary in Los Angeles. In this series Gonzales-Day explores the physiognomatic theories of Johann Lavater,...
    • Contours of Foreheads

    • Art Exhibitions; Photography; Physiognomy; Physiognomy in art; Frames; Drawing; Group f.64; Lavater, Johann Caspar, 1741-1801; Steve Turner Gallery
    • Profiles of human foreheads drawn from photographs, as shown at "Ken Gonzales-Day: Physiognomy and the Love of Mankind" at Steve Turner Contemporary in Los Angeles. In this series Gonzales-Day explores the physiognomatic theories of Johann Lavater,...
    • Umbragraphic Landscape #1

    • Art Exhibitions; Photography; Physiognomy; Physiognomy in art; Frames; Drawing; Group f.64; Lavater, Johann Caspar, 1741-1801; Steve Turner Gallery
    • Photograph of "Umbragraphic Landscape #1," as shown at "Ken Gonzales-Day: Physiognomy and the Love of Mankind" at Steve Turner Contemporary in Los Angeles. Piece is a representation of Death Valley sand dunes drawn in forehead contours. In this...
    • Installation at CUE Art Foundation

    • Trees; Art Exhibitions; CUE Art Foundation
    • Using archival records, Gonzales-Day went searching for California's historic hang trees. While some of the locations of the trees in this series are certain, others were taken in approximate locations that corresponded to the historical data...
    • A Sure and Convenient Machine for Drawing Silhouettes

    • Art Exhibitions; Photography; Physiognomy; Physiognomy in art; Lavater, Johann Caspar, 1741-1801; Steve Turner Gallery
    • Istallation shot for solo exhibition "Physiognomy and the Love of Mankind" at Steve Turner Contemporary. In this series Gonzales-Day explores the physiognomatic theories of Johann Lavater, as well as the nature photographs of Ansel Adams and "Group...
    • Found images and sculptures

    • Art Exhibitions; Photography; Drawing; Found objects (Art); Sculpture; Busts
    • Installation shot of found images in "Profiled" series at Las Cienegas Projects in Los Angeles. In this collection, Gonzales-Day looks to the depiction of race and the construction of whiteness as points of departure from which to consider the...
    • Variation #3 side

    • Trees; Public art; Murals; Ceramics; Government buildings; Parking garages; Art Exhibitions; Photography
    • Photograph of permanent public art installation at Los Angeles County Administration Building, South Los Angeles. The project seeks to reintroduce the oak to the urban landscape — symbolically, if not literally. This public art project was...
    • Variation #3 front

    • Trees; Public art; Murals; Ceramics; Government buildings; Parking garages; Art Exhibitions; Photography
    • Photograph of permanent public art installation at Los Angeles County Administration Building, South Los Angeles. The project seeks to reintroduce the oak to the urban landscape — symbolically, if not literally. This public art project was...
    • Line Study side

    • Art Exhibitions; Photography; Landscape photography; Physiognomy; Physiognomy in art; Group f.64; Lavater, Johann Caspar, 1741-1801; Steve Turner Gallery
    • Istallation shot for "Ken Gonzales-Day: Physiognomy and the Love of Mankind" at Steve Turner Contemporary in Los Angeles. In this series Gonzales-Day explores the physiognomatic theories of Johann Lavater, as well as the nature photographs of Ansel...
    • Line Study front

    • Art Exhibitions; Photography; Landscape photography; Physiognomy; Physiognomy in art; Group f.64; Lavater, Johann Caspar, 1741-1801; Steve Turner Gallery
    • Istallation shot for "Ken Gonzales-Day: Physiognomy and the Love of Mankind" at Steve Turner Contemporary in Los Angeles. In this series Gonzales-Day explores the physiognomatic theories of Johann Lavater, as well as the nature photographs of Ansel...
    • Line Study #6

    • Art Exhibitions; Photography; Landscape photography; Sand; Sand dunes; Physiognomy; Physiognomy in art; Group f.64; Lavater, Johann Caspar, 1741-1801; Steve Turner Gallery
    • Large photographic print of Oceano Sand Dunes in Newport Beach, California, as shown at "Ken Gonzales-Day: Physiognomy and the Love of Mankind" at Steve Turner Contemporary in Los Angeles. In this series Gonzales-Day explores the physiognomatic...
    • Line Study #4

    • Art Exhibitions; Photography; Landscape photography; Sand; Sand dunes; Physiognomy; Physiognomy in art; Group f.64; Lavater, Johann Caspar, 1741-1801; Steve Turner Gallery
    • Large photographic print of sand dunes in Death Valley, California, as shown at "Ken Gonzales-Day: Physiognomy and the Love of Mankind" at Steve Turner Contemporary in Los Angeles. In this series Gonzales-Day explores the physiognomatic theories of...
    • Line Study #3

    • Art Exhibitions; Photography; Landscape photography; Sand; Sand dunes; Physiognomy; Physiognomy in art; Group f.64; Lavater, Johann Caspar, 1741-1801; Steve Turner Gallery
    • Large photographic print of sand dunes in Death Valley, California, as shown at "Ken Gonzales-Day: Physiognomy and the Love of Mankind" at Steve Turner Contemporary in Los Angeles. In this series Gonzales-Day explores the physiognomatic theories of...

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