LA based artist Kent Anderson Butler presents a new series of images documenting a small community in post-industrial Georgia. This abandoned one million square foot facility was a Fruit of the Loom factory provides the setting for Butler's absent portraits. The artist approaches the space and records it as portraiture finding traces of human interaction, industry and an interdependence between life and utility, work and place, portraiture and setting. Sacred Encounters presents 14 sublimation prints mounted on aluminum and are now available for pre-sale in our gallery.
Kent has exhibited widely from LA to NY and internationally including Florence, Italy and the Netherlands. Exhibit opens Saturday April 11th with a reception for the artist from 6pm to 9pm and continues through May 9th.