“Memory Ponds by Gerry Trilling,” Albrecht-Kemper Museum of Art
Gerry Trilling has provided us all with a new visual repertoire to replace those outdated crochet images in “Memory Ponds,” her new exhibition of approximately 160 works, each titled with a number, at the Albrecht-Kemper Museum of Art.
“Kwanza Humphrey: The Human Experience,” Bunker Center for the Arts
In the last few years in museums and galleries across the nation, figurative portraiture by Black American artists has been enjoying a renaissance and long overdue attention from curators, academicians, and collectors. Kansas City is not absent in this renaissance, and one of the artists we can thank for that is gifted painter Kwanza Humphrey.
“Code Practice: Certain Objects and Certain Systems by James Woodfill,” Joseph Nease Gallery
Kansas City artist Jim Woodfill’s exhibit “Code Practice: Certain Objects and Certain Systems,” is presented by Joseph Nease Gallery, which was founded in Kansas City, but is now located in Duluth, where Nease continues to represent many Kansas City artists.