• Ricky Allman
    All of Us Redux, 2013
    acrylic on canvas
    60 x 84 inches
    Courtesy of the artist

    Ricky Allman
    All of Us Redux, 2013
    acrylic on canvas
    60 x 84 inches
    Courtesy of the artist

The Center is a Moving Target

Friday, April 4, 2014 to Friday, August 1, 2014

The Center is a Moving Target highlights artists whose evolving practice and works speak to the impact and meaningful shifts in the term “regionalism” in contemporary art. Featuring recent two- and three-dimensional and time-based media works by 12 artists living and working within a 20-mile radius of Kansas City’s Crossroads Arts District (a curator-designated region), the exhibition and its programming will discuss “regionalism.” The goals are to enliven the dialog on what creates a community, region, or arena for artistic invention and action, and to explore the notion that the center of the contemporary art world is a moving target.

Artists: Ricky Allman, Corey Antis, Miki Baird, Robert Josiah Bingaman, Cary Esser, Rashawn Griffin, Diana Heise, Linda Lighton and Mark Southerland, Garry Noland, Ahram Park, Paul Anthony Smith

Exhibition programs are supported by the Karen and Jack Holland Visiting Artist Program.