kehinde wiley in 'face to face' at yellowstone art museum, billings, montana

20 March 2014
The Yellowstone Art Museum in Billings, Montana is featuring gallery artist Kehinde Wiley in an exhibition celebrating 50 years of extraordinary artistic accomplishment. In celebration of their 50th anniversary, the YAM is proud to feature a major endeavor that integrates regional artists with the international art scene and reinforces the ways in which the local is found in the universal (as well as vice versa). This major exhibition curated by the YAM's Senior Curator Bob Durden that will explore new approaches to portraiture, the epitome of personal, reflective art forms.

The list of artists participating in 'Face to Face' is based upon each artist's ability to stretch the definition of portraiture as much as for their deft ability and varying approaches to the genre. The group of artists is diverse and international in scope.

Participants are Wesley Anderegg, Dawoud Bey, Melissa Cooke, Patrick Duegaw, Michael Ferris, Jr., Scott Fife, Anne-Karin Furunes, John Giarrizzo, April Holder, Nina Katchadourian, Marcus Kenney, Adonna Khare, Steven Young Lee, Hung Liu, Marilyn Lysohir, Michael Mapes, Margaret Morrison, Edie Nadelhaft, Elisabeth Higgins O'Connor, Sybelle Peretti, Mark Sijan, Jaune Quick-to-See Smith, Neal Ambrose Smith, Patrick Smith, Devorah Sperber, Maggie Taylor, Tip Toland, Willem Volkersz, Kehinde Wiley, Jinyoung Yu, and Brenda Zlamany.

The exhibition runs from 20 March to 24 August 2014

Yellowstone Art Museum website