2022 KMAC Triennial: Divided We Fall
August 27th, 2022 – November 6th, 2022
Reception: Friday, August 26th, 2022, 5:30-8pm
After the inaugural KMAC Triennial in 2019, the 2022 KMAC Triennial comes after the collective disruption, revolution, and rehabilitation felt by all of us in the last three years. The coronavirus pandemic, social unrest, and climate change has been acutely felt in the Commonwealth of Kentucky. The 2022 KMAC Triennial: Divided We Fall, connects concerns relevant to our geographic region with issues that define the larger national narrative, revealing how our landscape can be a site of conflict and resistance, as well as a place of unity and mutual respect.
The exhibition will officially open to the public on Saturday, August 27th, 2022 and continue to be on show until November 6th, 2022.
Featuring work by artists Tammy Burke, Jon Cherry, Ceirra Evans, J. Daniel Graham, Ed Hamilton, Bruce Linn, Ebony G. Patterson, José Manuel Nápoles Puerto, Hannah Smith, Norman Spencer, Vadis Turner
The 2022 KMAC Triennial Honors the Memory of Al & Mary Shands
We would also like to recognize the generous support of our title sponsor, The Great Meadows Foundation, without whom this exhibition would not have been possible.
A special thanks to our additional sponsors-
Kentucky Fund For the Arts
Kentucky Arts Council
The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts
Aldy & Gretchen Milliken
Efroymson Family Fund