Two artists join in the celebration of groundbreaking naturalist Alfred Russel Wallace, displaying work which showcases an appreciation for the natural processing of life, death, and the stages in between. Aaron Kent brings his "bone-form" sculptures to display, contrasting with co-conspirator Jeremy Johnson's taxidermy work, to create a unique brand and blend of contemporary and classic. The show questions and comments on the philosophy of nature and man's relationship with the natural environment. Mixed media and installation pieces will also be included, as well as a special lecture/demonstration from Johnson on Nov. 8 at 7 p.m.
The exhibit continues through Dec. 7.
From the time when herds of roaming buffalo carved out the route of Dixie Highway to the bourbon-fueled heyday of the 1920's, Covington has had a dynamic and colorful history. Buffalos and Bourb ...
Museum Hours: 9 a.m.-10 p.m. Monday,
Brazilian multimedia artist Albano Alfonso's first solo exhibition in the U.S. will be co-curated by two neighboring art institutions, the Contemporary Arts Center and 21c Museum Hotel. The exhibit ...