Exhibition details and dates: Kevin MacDonald at the AU Museum at the Katzen (Washington, DC)
Join us for the first comprehensive museum exhibition of the work of Kevin MacDonald (1946-2006).
Title: Kevin MacDonald, The Tension of a Suspended Moment
Dates: 4/2/16 - 5/29/16
Venue: American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center
4400 Massachusetts Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20016
Admission is free
Ample parking is provided on site
Public opening, Saturday, 4/2 from 6 to 9 pm.
Panel discussion about Kevin's life and work, featuring curator Jack Rasmussen, Ben Forgey, and Lee Fleming, Saturday, 5/21 at 4 pm
Tour of the exhibition with Robin Moore, the artist's wife, Saturday, 5/7 at 3 pm
All events are free and open to the public.
Kevin MacDonald: The Tension of a Suspended Moment is the first major showing of the artists' work since his death ten years ago. The show features more than sixty works, mostly from private collections. The works span from his first exhibition in 1974 to unseen works produced after his last gallery show, "Home," David Adamson Gallery, 2002.
A catalog will be available. Many works from the Estate will be available for sale through Adamson Gallery.
A related show, Twisted Teenage Plot, about a rock band of artists of which MacDonald was a key member, will be up at the same time and will also have a panel and other related events.
The show has been supported by generous gifts from individuals and foundations. If you'd like to make a gift, or order a catalog, please send an email to the Estate here.