Shaped by an advisory group of 13 civic partners, the exhibition highlights the ways in which contemporary art can help us navigate and understand our shared history.
The new commissioned Atrium Project installation by New York-based Mexican-American artist Aliza Nisenbaum (born Mexico City, 1977) features three painted portraits of individuals connected to Kansas City-area salsa dance and music communities.
Activated by visitor heartbeats, a new immersive installation by internationally-renowned artist will debut in Kansas City this June.
Frank’s feminist drawings reimagine some of the best-known and most controversial literary narratives.
Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art (Kemper Museum) is pleased to announce changes to its governing board structure and operations that strengthen the organization’s commitment to its mission to enrich lives through experiences with contemporary art in a free and welcoming environment for all.