“the kids are alright” features photography and video created by 38 established and emerging artists who explore the contemporary family. The museum exhibition’s theme is today’s family is a complicated entanglement of people, is often unconventional, but are filled with poignant and humorous moments.
Alison Ferris, from the John Michael Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan, Wisconsin, curated and organized the show, where the show originated; it also traveled to the Weatherspoon Art Museum, Greensboro, N.C.
Artists represented in “the kids are alright” are: Matt Austin (IL), Guy Ben-Ner (Germany), Melonie Bennett (ME), Nina Berman (NY), David Bush (NY), Patty Chang (NY), Goseong Choi (NY), Yolanda Del Amo (NJ), Todd Deutsch (WI), Jenny Drumgoole (PA), Martha Fleming-Ives (NY), Lucas Foglia (CA), LaToya Ruby Frazier, Tierney Gearon, Aron Gent, Steve Giovinco (NY), David Hilliard (MA), Justin Kirchoff (ME), Justine Kurland (NY), Deana Lawson (NY), Jocelyn Lee (NY), Carrie Levy (CA), Lisa Lindvay (IL), Julie Mack (NY), Ryan McGinley (NY), Andrea Modica (PA), Catherine Opie, (CA), Josh Quigley (MN), Robert Rainey (ME), Justine Reyes (NY), Kathleen Robbins (SC), Paul Mpagi Sepuya (NY), Betsy Schneider (AZ), Chris Verene (NY), Brett Walker (CA), and Rona Yefman (NY).
Addison Gallery of American Art