Prince-Zakic Art Exhibition

The Todd Art Gallery in the Department of Art at MTSU presents a joint exhibit of work by artists Steve Prince and Boris Zakic.
Prince, a native of New Orleans, works primarily as a linoleum printmaker. The artist richly embeds layers of symbolism, cultural icons and biblical references in his work. He deals in themes of social and racial justice and visually explores a biblical response to the problems consuming today’s urban communities.
Zakic is a recent arrival to Kentucky and is among the newest members of the art faculty at Georgetown College. His unique style combines the traditional techniques of the old masters with philosophical concerns that resonate across all periods of human history. A constant theme in his paintings is the integration of text, usually a single word often represented as a figure.
The exhibit opens Oct. 6 and runs through Oct. 22. A reception is scheduled for 4–5 p.m. on Oct. 6.
For more information, contact Eric Snyder, gallery curator, at (615) 898-5653.


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