A Place for Everything (I), by Ken Marchionno

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A Place for Everything (I), by Ken Marchionno

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This photograph is framed. Dimensions: 20.5in x 15in

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LEARN MORE ABOUT KEN MARCHIONNO:

Ken Marchionno is an artist and educator living in Los Angeles. His photography, digital works, installations, and videos have been featured in exhibitions and festivals through North America, South America, Europe, and Asia. His work has been included in books on contemporary art such as Betty Brown’s Art and Mass Media, and in Robert Hirsch’s Exploring Color Photography. His photography has been featured in magazines in the US and Korea, including the contemporary art quarterly X-TRA. He has written criticism for Art Papers and Sajin Yaesul, and his creative writing has been included in literary journals such as Errant Bodies and Framework.

Ken’s work with the Lakota Tribes of South Dakota, 300 Miles, the Oomaka Tokatakiya, focuses on an annual memorial horseback ride. Parts of this project have been exhibited in multiple venues, including the Yuchun Museum, Suzhou, China, the US Embassy in Prague, and the Smithsonian Institute National Museum of the American Indian.

Ken is the 2015 Artist-in-Residence at the ArtMill Center for Sustainable Creativity in the Czech Republic. The focus of this residency is the creation of a new body of work centering on the Bohemian landscape.