Ken Gonzales-Day lives and works in Los Angeles. His interdisciplinary and conceptually grounded projects consider the history of photography, the construction of race, and the history of representational systems ranging from the lynching photograph to museum display. He received an MFA from UC Irvine, MA from Hunter College (C.U.N.Y), and was a fellow at the Whitney Museum’s ISP program. He has shown extensively both nationally and internationally.
The Los Angeles County Museum of Art published Gonzales-Day’s monograph Profiled in June of 2011, as its second artist’s book in the PAC Prize Series.
- Inkjet print (dye based)
- Image: 9 1/2 × 7 1/2 in. Primary support: 10 × 8 in. (25.4 × 20.32 cm)