I'm Kenney Mencher. I'm an artist who left a tenured professorship in 2016 to pursue making art full time. This blog is about art, art history, with a emphasis on human rights. I make homoerotic art featuring bears, otters & other gay wildlife.
Wednesday, March 1, 2017
MARCH INVITATION: TELL ME WHY, TELL ME WHY, TELL ME WHY (WHY CAN'T WE LIVE TOGETHER?)
Saturday, March 11, 2017 Public Preview: 12pm - 5pm Evening Reception: 7pm - 9pm
Tell Me Why, Tell Me Why, Tell Me Why (Why Can't We Live Together?)
Exhibition March 4 - April 29, 2017
Public Preview Saturday, March 11 from 12pm - 5pm
Evening Reception Saturday, March 11 from 7pm - 9pm
Everyone is born somewhere. I'm not so interested in the idea of a shared origin, I'm interested in the idea of a shared destination.
In an essential way, Tell Me Why is a united act, presenting contemporary work by artists from Bangalore to Mexico; the borderlands of the Southwest to California's immigrant shores. While valuing conceptual exploration over a specific or exacting agenda, the artists of Tell Me Why converge in the shared practice of working to make sense of our common humanity.
Images Top Left: Binh Danh, Stay Woke Buddha 1, 2017, daguerreotype, 7.5" x 5" unframed, 12" x 9.5" framed, variant 1 Top Right: Sonya Clark, Unraveled Persistence, 2016, deconstructed nylon Confederate Battle Flag threads, flag pole, 104" x 24" x 8", edition of 5 Third: Enrique Chagoya, Mindful Savage Guide to Reverse Anthropology (detail), 2017, acrylic and water based oil paint on de-acidified vintage paper, 15” x 97” framed, unique Fourth: Kambui Olujimi, Killing Time, 2017, mixed media, 60" x 15"
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