What is Black and White and Pink allover?

Amy Kaps

September 15, 2018 - November 25, 2018

Photo copyright Amy Kaps and Eric Schwabel 2017

Kaps, an interdisciplinary artist, is in constant dialogue with her surroundings and those who inhabit it. Highly conceptual with the intention of altering perception and provoking thought, Kaps’ objective is to create honestly and question the status quo while reveling in a feast for the senses. Kaps challenges the viewer to decipher the common denominators and recognize the similarities within the differences that connect us regardless of age, race, or gender.

What is Black and White and Pink allover? is Kaps’ latest exhibition in her Victus Versus/Striped World series, transforming the MOAH:CEDAR galleries into one of her iconic black, white, and striped installations. A new series of work by Kaps and her longtime collaborator, photographer Eric Schwabel, will also adorn the gallery as well as video installations done in collaboration with lovemando a.k.a. Armand Briones featured in the blackroom

MOAH:CEDAR Center for the Arts

44857 Cedar Avenue

Lancaster, CA 93534

661-723-6250

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“What is Black and White and Pink allover?” by Amy Kaps