Give the gift of our Divided We Fall merch bundle! This valuable bundle includes some of the best selling products from KMAC's recent KMAC 2022 Triennial: Divided We Fall exhibition.
Included in the Bundle-
- 1 Divided We Fall T-Shirt in your choice of size
- 1 Divided We Fall tote bag
- 3 Divided We Fall die-cut stickers
- 1 Divided We Fall catalogue
Divided We Fall T-Shirt
-Available in sizes XS - 2XL
-Screen printed on 100% cotton shirts
Divided We Fall Tote
-One size, 15"W x 16"H x 3"D
-Screen printed on 100% cotton gusseted tote bags
Divided We Fall Die-Cut Stickers
- matte stickers, 4.2 x 2.4 inches
Divided We Fall Catalogue-
The 2022 KMAC Triennial: Divided We Fall catalogue chronicles KMAC’s recent exhibition of the same name which was on view August 27th – November 6th 2022. The 2022 KMAC Triennial exhibition was the second instance of KMAC’s recurring Triennial series and featured the work of eleven contemporary artists with ties to Kentucky.
The show’s title Divided We Fall, references the Kentucky state motto, “United We Stand, Divided We Fall” and alludes to the show’s exploration of the collective disruption, revolution, and rehabilitation felt globally and regionally in the three years since KMAC’s 2019 Triennial show. The artists’ respond to a number of topics such as the effects of the coronavirus pandemic, social unrest, and climate change, all of which were 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 catalogue includes eleven thought-provoking essays written by established arts writers about the artists and works included in this show. This collectible publication is a wonderful reflection on KMAC’s 2022 Triennial and would make a great gift for art lovers!
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 and essays by writers Emily Elizabeth Goodman, Kristian Anderson, Elizabeth Catte, Dan Cameron, Cathy Shannon, Anna Blake, Gervais Marsh, Marina Elena Ortiz, Erica Rucker, Hunter Kissel & Natalie Weis.
This exhibition and publication were generously funded by the Great Meadows Foundation.
Dimensions- 6 5/8 inches x 9 1/4 inches
Page Count: 101 pages
Exhibition organized by Curatorial Director Joey Yates and Curatorial Assistant Anna Blake
Book designed by Madelyne Smith
Photograhy by Diane Deaton Street