360 Speaker Series: Kathryn Andrews

Exhibition Artist

September 10, 2016
2 pm

Los Angeles-based artist Kathryn Andrews mines the American cultural landscape to investigate relationships between popular culture and power structures, in particular how images and brands are used to establish authority. 

Addressing the current climate at the onset of the November election, the artist’s Nasher exhibition, Kathryn Andrews: Run for President loosely weaves together narratives around historic and imaginary candidates, the campaign trail, sitting in office and the end of the presidential term. 

Kathryn Andrews Biography

Kathryn Andrews (b. 1973, Mobile, Alabama) has recently presented solo exhibitions of her work at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago (2015); Bass Museum of Art, Miami (2014); and Museum Ludwig, Cologne (2013). Recent group exhibitions include The Extreme Present, curated by Jeffrey Deitch, Metropolitan Art Society, Beirut (2015); Teen Paranormal Romance,

The Renaissance Society, University of Chicago, traveled to the Atlanta Contemporary Art Center, Georgia, and the Santa Barbara Museum of Art, California (2014-15); The Los Angeles Project, Ullens Center for Contemporary Art, Beijing (2014); Made in L.A. 2012, Hammer Museum, Los Angeles (2012); and First Among Equals, Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia (2012). Her work is featured in the public collections of Museum Ludwig, Cologne; the Hammer Museum, Los Angeles; the Nasher Museum of Art, Durham, North Carolina; and the North Miami Museum of Contemporary Art, among others. Two major sculptural commissions by Andrews are currently on view on the High Line, New York. In fall 2016, she will open a solo exhibition at David Kordansky Gallery, Los Angeles. Andrews lives and works in Los Angeles.

“I want to disrupt the viewer’s tendency to imagine the artist in relation to what he or she had ‘made.’ Our conjectures about the artist limit how we perceive art.” – Kathryn Andrews

Sponsors

Presenting Sponsor: Martha and Max Wells

The 360 videography project is supported by Suzanne and Ansel Aberly: this support enables digital recording of all 360 Speaker Series programs and the creation of an online archive for learners of all ages. Additional support for 360 Speaker Series provided by Sylvia Hougland and the City of Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs.