HYPERALLERGIC Writes about Magnetic Fields Exhibition
According to the Kemper Museum, Magnetic Fields is the first museum exhibit in the US to show abstract artwork created exclusively by women of color.
Exhibition Coverage in KC Studio
21 Artists You Should Know
by Elisabeth Kirsch on June 30, 2017
Kemper Museum’s “Magnetic Fields” Exhibition Highlights Abstractions by Women Artists of Color
Paintings, sculpture and installations by some of the greatest artists you’ve never heard of are now on view at the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art. “Magnetic Fields: Expanding American Abstraction, 1960s to Today” is the first exhibit in the U.S. to show abstract artwork made exclusively by women artists of color.
New Kemper Museum App
Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art announces a new museum app that can be downloaded to your personal cell phone or utilized as a mobile app through the Museum's free wifi. Developed in partnership with Cuseum (Boston, MA), Kemper Museum App is a new mobile app designed to offer self-guided tours of exhibitions and Kemper Museum Permanent Collection highlights that will enhance the visitor experience through the addition of video content and custom features to encourage user engagement.
KC Magazine honors Café Sebastienne as Best Brunch in Kansas City
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Christy & Bill Gautreaux: ArtNews Top 200 Collectors... again!
For the third consecutive year, Christy and Bill Gautreaux have been named one of the world's Top 200 Collectors by ARTNEWS.
The Gautreauxes continue to be among the biggest supporters and advocates for Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art. Bill serves on the Museum's Board of Trustees, and Christy recently served as co-chair of the 2015 Kemper Gala. The couple were also listed among the Top 200 Collectors in 2014 and 2015.
ARTNEWS posted the following story on their website:
Exhibition Reviewed by The Brooklyn Rail
Future Fossil, Other Vessel
by Anthony Hawley
A Whisper of Where it Came From
MARCH 11 – JULY 24, 2016
KEMPER MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART, KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI
MARCH 15 – MAY 22, 2016
NERMAN MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART, OVERLAND PARK, KANSAS
Dark Days, Bright Nights reviewed in Hyperallergic
A Survey of New Finnish Paintings Transcends Stereotypes
by Thomas Bey William Bailey on January 19, 2016
KC Star's Top Exhibits of 2015
The Kansas City Star compiles their selection of top exhibitions from 2015 with a final look back at the year of exceptional art in Kansas City. Among those museums featured is Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art.
Two exhibitions from 2015 at Kemper Museum are highlighted:
Adam Cvijanovic: American Montage — Monumental scale paintings on Tyvek adhered to the wall created an immersive experience of landscape works that referenced the Hudson Valley School while incorporating cinematic elements that added a sense of time passing.
Faces of Change Garners Widespread Acclaim
“Faces of Change”: From Despair to Hope
By Hampton Stevens
October 21, 2015
Vedros’ work for ROFW couldn’t be more different than the fun, often fanciful work he does for his commercial clients. The “Faces of Change” images are of the prisons themselves, of the stark walls and menacing barbed wire, of the meager and fantastically unappetizing food the prisoners are served.
Kemper Museum featured on Fox 4 Morning Show (part 1/2)
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Thanksgiving, Black Friday and Cyber Monday are over and gone, now it's time for people to give back to their community.
#GivingTuesday is a campaign that encourages folks to donate to area charities and businesses.
One way people in the metro decided to give back to their community was by donating to Kemper Museum.
Visit the Donate Now page to help keep world-class art and programming in your community!