The Arthur Roger Gallery is pleased to present Art in the Time of Empathy, an exhibition of gallery and invited artists examining the year 2020 as a unique historical moment and a transformative time. The exhibition will be on view at Arthur Roger Gallery, located at 432 Julia Street, from October 3 until December 19. […]
Talley Dunn Gallery May 26 – July 11, 2020 Featuring photographs by Sharon Core, Ted Kincaid, and Rachel Perry, Daydreaming is an online exhibition of contemporary photography that explores themes of artifice and materialism through imagery that is at once fantastically ethereal and distinctly mundane. All three artists push aside conventional views of photography as […]
In response to the Covid-19 Pandemic, Ted Kincaid, along with artist Scott Anderson, have founded an online virtual art fair – The Pandemic Faire, which will run online for the duration of the pandemic. New artists are added weekly, initially from Texas, then national, and now internationally. In their press release, Anderson and Kincaid state, […]
The Columbus Museum in Columbus, Georgia recently acquired Ted Kincaid’s Study for Thunderhead 11513, 2013 for its permanent collection. This canvas, which was recently featured in Kincaid’s solo exhibition at the Georgia Museum of Art, is a preliminary study for a mammoth canvas that is in the permanent collection of the Resource Center of Dallas.
Ted Kincaid is back in the studio, after taking some time off due to the loss of both his parents this Spring. He is now working on the beginnings of a large installation-based work which will include a wide variety of media as well as a performance component. Stay tuned for details…
Four works from Ted Kincaid’s “Not For Another Hour, But This Hour” series were recently acquired for the permanent collection of the Georgia Museum of Art in Athens, Georgia. This acquisition follows Kincaid’s solo exhibition at the museum in the Winter of 2018-19.
Ted Kincaid Artist Talk Saturday, May 18 at 2:00 pm Join Talley Dunn Gallery for a special discussion with Ted Kincaid and a debut presentation of the artist’s new suite of intaglio prints, The Kakistocracy Portfolio. These prints employ 16th-century religious iconography and compositional structures to create intricate, fantastical allegories. Don’t miss the chance to […]