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Untitled #1211010, 2012
Exhibition: This World is Not My Home: Danny Lyon Photographs
Danny Lyon
Walls Unit yard (Raymond Jackson, robbery), Huntsville, Texas, 1968, Texas Prison
11 x 14 inches
The Menil Collection, Houston, Gift of Edmund Carpenter and Adelaide de Menil, courtesy Dektol.wordpress.com and Edwynn Houk Gallery
Exhibition: This World is Not My Home: Danny Lyon Photographs
Danny Lyon
New Arrival, Diagnostic Unit, Texas Department of Corrections, 1967
Gelatin silver print
13 3/8 x 9 1/8 in. (34 x 23.2 cm)
The Menil Collection, Houston, Gift of Edmund Carpenter and Adelaide de Menil, courtesy Dektol.wordpress.com and Edwynn Houk Gallery
New Arrival, Diagnostic Unit, Texas Department of Corrections, 1967
Exhibition: This World is Not My Home: Danny Lyon Photographs
Danny Lyon
Dr. Martin Luther King Just Before Speaking at the Funeral for Girls Killed at the Sixteenth Street Baptist Church, Birmingham, Alabama, 1963, printed 2000
Gelatin, silver print
14 x 11 in. (35.6 x 27.9 cm)
The Menil Collection, Houston, Gift of Edmund Carpenter and Adelaide de Menil, courtesy Dektol.wordpress.com and Edwynn Houk Gallery
Exhibition: This World is Not My Home: Danny Lyon Photographs
Danny Lyon
Ninos Abandonados, Santa Marta, Colombia, 1972
Gelatin silver print
11 x 14 in. (27.9 x 35.6 cm)
The Menil Collection, Houston, Gift of Edmund Carpenter and Adelaide de Menil, courtesy Dektol.wordpress.com and Edwynn Houk Gallery
Ninos Abandonados, Santa Marta, Colombia, 1972

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Knoxville, TN 37916-1653
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KMA reopening in statges begonning November 29 while renovations are completed.

Hours:

Tuesday-Saturday 10am-5pm
Saturday-Sunday 1pm-5pm

Free Admission

The Knoxville Museum of Art announces it will continue free admission indefinitely. This action extends the six-month trial of free admission that was due to expire at the end of December.

“The unanimous decision by the KMA Board of Trustees to continue with free admission represents tremendous confidence in this community and in this institution. It sends a clear message that the KMA is a truly public resource, to be used and enjoyed by everyone, without barriers. Attendance and public participation went up dramatically when we implemented free admission on a trial basis this year, and we expect that upward trend to continue,” said Executive Director David Butler

With money tight on many fronts, people can now make free and frequent visits to the KMA and enjoy the ever-changing schedule of exhibitions. Parking is free at the museum as well.

“During this time of economic uncertainty, it's not easy to walk away from any income source, but we feel strongly that free admission makes the KMA stronger and more stable. And we're very happy that anyone can plan an enlightening and enjoyable trip to the museum with their family without worrying about the cost," Butler said.


The KMA Community Gallery
Open to regional not-for-profit visual arts and cultural organizations. This outreach gallery is intended to create exhibition opportunities and increased visibility for area arts groups, and call attention to a wide variety of local creative talent.


Exhibitions

This World is Not My Home: Danny Lyon Photographs
August 15–November 9, 2014

Currents: Recent Art from East Tennessee and Beyond
Ongoing

Higher Ground: A Century of Visual Arts in East Tennessee
Ongoing

Exhibition Information page 2

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