Recent Photography by Four Alumni of the Kansas City Art Institute
February 3 – April 1, 2017
Wonderland Remains presents the work of four photographic visionaries who are engaged in rendering the beauty and visual poetry of the far-reaching vestiges of America. Through their images we can also see the evidence that portends our place within this ever changing, human made environment.
Kenneth C. Burkhart has served as past Curator of Photography and Curator of Exhibitions at the Chicago Cultural Center for a combination of 10 years. He also served as consulting curator for the Comer Foundation’s CITY2000 Project, a photographic survey of Chicago. Additionally, since 1980 he has curated over one hundred exhibitions including: Barbara Crane: Challenging Vision; Nathan Lerner: 50 Years of Photographic Inquiry; Stephen Deutch, Photographer: From Paris to Chicago, 1932-1989; Changing Chicago: Architecture and the Workplace; and Mickey Pallas: Photographs 1946-1966.