by Andrew Kilgore
Kathy Thompson, Guest Curator
KUAF Public Radio, Audio Curator
EXHIBITION DATES: Jan. 6-March 19, 2023
EXHIBITION OPENING RECEPTION: Friday, Jan. 6, 5pm-7pm
LOCATION: Joy Pratt Markham Gallery at Walton Arts Center
“I am an artist because I am endlessly fascinated by the raw edge of physical beauty.”
For over 50 years, photographer Andrew Kilgore has captured genuine moments of openness and vulnerability in special groups of people who share the quality of being marginalized or “unseen” by the general public.
Creative Conversations with Andrew Kilgore
- DISCUSSION TOPIC: How to Capture the Moment: the philosophy of creating portraits as fine arts. CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE.
- DISCUSSION TOPIC: The 50-year career of photography and advocacy for the unseen, different, misunderstood and marginalized. CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE.
Click the PDF below to view individual photographs:
100 Photographs by Andrew Kilgore Exhibition Edition Prints available for purchase. Price is $600 each (tax is included).
To purchase one or more Artist printed and signed photographs printed on 17 x 22-inch archival photography paper, framed and matted by Frame Fayetteville to match the Walton Arts Center owned print on exhibition with the final framed size of 21 x 25 inches, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and someone will be in touch to confirm your interest, identify your selections and arrange for payment.
KUAF is proud to partner with Walton Arts Center on the retrospective exhibition 100 Photographs by Andrew Kilgore.
Audio segments and interviews were provided by KUAF Public Radio, from archived episodes of the programs: Shades of Jazz with Robert Ginsburg, The KUAF Vinyl Hour, and the Ozarks at Large archive made possible by the Women’s Giving Circle of the University of Arkansas.
Kyle Kellams, KUAF News Director, took time to interview photographer Andrew Kilgore and guest curator Kathy P. Thompson about several of the photographs. Click here to listent to the entire interview. Click below to listen to excerpts of the interview: