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Ken Gonzales-Day

Ken Gonzales-Day is an American artist, writer, and professor of art at Scripps College. Based in Los Angeles, California, his interdisciplinary work envisages historically constructed systems of race and its limits of representation. Gonzales-Day is the author of Lynching in the West, 1850–1935. Represented by Luis De Jesus Los Angeles, he exhibits his work locally, nationally, and internationally and has received numerous awards and recognitions, including a 2014 Smithsonian Artist Research Fellowship. More information about Ken Gonzales-Day, including his current projects and full-length curriculum vitae can be found at his website: www.kengonzalesday.com.