Ajay Kurian is a Baltimore-born, New York-based, conceptual artist working in sculpture, painting, and installation. His invitation to Goucher as the Nancy G. Unobskey ’60 Visiting Artist in Modern and Contemporary Art occasioned his solo exhibition of new work envisioned for and presented in the college’s Silber Gallery.

Kurian is the seventh artist invited to present a public lecture as the annual Nancy G. Unobskey Visiting Artist in Modern and Contemporary Art. This annual series brings internationally renowned artists to Goucher’s campus to work with students in studio visits, in-class workshops, and a public lecture. Kurian is known for his interdisciplinary practice and work that challenges our acceptance of norms, systems of belief, and aspirational mythologies. His work has been exhibited around the world, notably in the 2017 Whitney Biennial, 47 Canal, White Flag, Sies + Hoke, JOAN and Rowhouse Project, and Von Ammon Co. Goucher is thrilled to host the artist’s virtual, public artist talk in early October.

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Add to Calendar 20201006 America/New_York Goucher College, 1021 Dulaney Valley Road Towson MD 21204 Unobskey Visiting Artist Talk – Ajay Kurian