Columbus Museum of Art
September 10, 2022–March 12, 2023
LA Woman: Kali, Artographer is included with the cost of general admission.
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The Columbus Museum of Art presents LA Woman: Kali, Artographer, the first museum exhibition of the work of Kali, the recently discovered photographer from the 1960s. LA Woman, which is on view from September 10, 2022, to March 12, 2023, features more than 50 vintage and contemporary prints by the artist.
“The Columbus Museum of Art is very proud to present the first museum exhibition of Kali’s work”, said Nannette V. Maciejunes, CMA Executive Director and CEO. “The discovery of a new artistic voice, particularly one that was overlooked during the artist’s own lifetime, is particularly exciting. Kali was not only a talented photographer; she also was an early practitioner of experimental and alternative photography with which we are so familiar today. Columbus also is pleased to be the first art museum to acquire works by the artist.”
The exhibition is organized by the Columbus Museum of Art in collaboration with the artist’s estate. The show is co-curated by Nannette Maciejunes, CMA Executive Director and CEO, Tyler Cann, former CMA Pizzuti Family Curator of Contemporary Art and Acting Chief Curator, and photographer Len Prince. A national tour of the exhibition with Landau Traveling Exhibitions, Los Angeles, California, follows the show in Columbus.
This exhibition is supported by the Columbus Museum of Art’s William and Sarah Ross Soter Endowment for Photography.