“Even if I Lose Everything,” Ted Kincaid’s first solo museum exhibition, will be on view at the Georgia Museum of Art at the University of Georgia from November 17, 2018, to January 13, 2019.
Ted Kincaid has focused his artistic practice on the exploration and exploitation of photography’s tug-of-war between reality and artistic truth. He uses digital media both to create manufactured “photographs” and to deconstruct and radically reorder segments of photograph into pure color and form.
The exhibition at the Georgia Museum of Art focuses on a series of Kincaid’s digital dissections of skyscapes from his own photographs, as well as skies from the paintings of historical artists, which he uses as base elements to stitch together an entirely new pixel-based rendition of the firmaments. Nothing has been added nor taken away, but instead radically reordered.
Exploring photographic processes in printmaking has been an important aspect of Kincaid’s practice for years, creating many projects at Manneken Press since our inception. The artist’s photogravures, etchings and digital prints can be viewed here on the Manneken Press site. Link here to view the online exhibition Fuzzy Logic: Prints by Ted Kincaid 1998-2008 on our Artsy site. A beautifully produced video of the artist in his studio discussing his work and process can be viewed here.
NOVEMBER 17, 2018 – JANUARY 13, 2019, Georgia Museum of Art, 90 Carlton St. Athens, GA 30602