Richard Kennedy | Acey-Ducey | Jeonnam Museum of Art, South Korea

Richard Kennedy's solo exhibition, Acey-Deucey, is opening tomorrow, March 16, at Jeonnam Museum of Art in Gwangyang, South Korea.
Throughout their new solo exhibition, Kennedy’s work reveals the world's stereotypes and breaks down its boundaries. Presenting an alternative path that does not belong to anyone, Acey-Deucey dissolves dichotomous value systems – black/white, male/female, physical/spiritual, winner/loser, teacher/pupil, high culture/popular culture, instantaneous/permanence. Finding a new freedom to fail within the space of their recent painting practice has led them to produce large-scale weavings, transforming their failures into triumphs. Acey-Deucey also includes live performances and a new video, Miracle W.I.P. The exhibition will run until June 4, 2023. 

Curated by Sora Kim
Jeonnam Museum of Art, Gwangyang
March 16 – June 4, 2023

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Richard Kennedy (b. 1985 in Long Beach, California, US) is an artist, experiential composer and librettist, originally from Middletown, Ohio and currently based in Berlin. Kennedy’s multi-disciplinary practice includes a focus on the disruption of traditions of Western Theatre, where the primary mode of engagement is through observation, in order to generate new, participatory modes of viewership. Kennedy works in painting, sculpture, installation, video and performance in order to examine notions of the Queer African American experience.

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March 14, 2023