Healing, Knowing, Seeing the Body and The Aorta of an Archivist explore our understanding of the human body and related themes of health, care, and connection.
Staging Shimomura reveals a lesser-known aspect of the Kansas-based painter’s career. On view through June 21.
This exhibition highlights the work of four installation artists and the ways they contribute to knowledge production. On view through January 5, 2020.
The retrospective at Wichita State University’s Ulrich Museum of Art is full of the narrative clues the late artist left behind.
Josephine Meckseper’s flag was created precisely to comment on the vast canyon of political division in the United States, but it may soon split the state of Kansas across party lines.
WASHINGTON, DC — Kansas is characterized as much by its skies as its ground, with clouds sweeping over the fields and towns that dot the heart of the Great Plains.
The University of Kansas Libraries recently acquired over 1,000 zines from the former Solidarity radical organization in Lawrence, Kansas.
Hysterical reactions to “controversial” installations are a fixture of public art, but an ongoing saga in Kansas over a topless and headless female statue elevates the form to an obscene theatrics.