INTERSECTION catalog (limited edition) by luke kurtis

Over the last year, one of my most significant projects was putting together my INTERSECTION photographic art exhibition. I haven’t posted about this side of my work at Jordan’s Journey, as this blog focuses on the genealogy side of things. Of course, the overall Jordan’s Journey project is a multimedia art project of which genealogical research is only one part. So I wanted to be sure to tell you about INTERSECTION. INTERSECTION is my follow-up to Jordan’s Journey. It’s not a sequel but a spiritual successor that takes the most specific art aspects and extracts them into a heritage-influenced art exhibition. The project’s focus is my debut museum exhibition, under my artist name luke kurtis, which opened on March 8th at Massillon Museum in Massillon, OH. I also published a book of photographs and writing that serves as the exhibition catalog.

A couple of press pieces have been written about INTERSECTION. The Daily Citizen did a story about my local roots in northwest Georgia. Also, Tom Wachunas of ARTWACH put together a thoughtful review of the exhibition. I hope you will take the time to read both of these pieces and leave a comment with your thoughts.

Below are a few photos from the show.

Take a trip into the past

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