Artist Talk with Keith Morrison on the Landscape as Allegory (Virtual)


Saturday, January 8

4pm Where


Admission Registration required

Keith Morrison—whose mythic painting Zombie Jamboree is featured in African American Art in the 20th Century—is an artist, art educator, curator, and art critic. Having evolved from abstract art, his landscapes are mystical, an illusion, like a chimera, and relate to artists as disparate as Richard Diebenkorn and Giorgio de Chirico. In this virtual artist talk, Morrison will discuss his bold landscapes, infused with spiritual references and ideological conflict. Followed by Q&A with the artist.


Photo: Sam Fritch

Support provided by Art Bridges.