A Guy Named Kennedy or It’s a Mixtape – Episode 101 of The Path to Authenticity features part two of a conversation with Matt Kennedy, owner and director of Gallery 30 South, in Pasadena, California. Listen to part one in episode 99.
Matt is the founder and creative director of the Panik Collective, a multi-cultural crew of anonymous artists who use pop culture iconography to make political and sociological statements.He curated the first modern survey of contemporary comic book art, called Pop Sequentialism. The gallerist then rebranded the Pop Sequentialism website, which includes blogs about pop culture and links related to the topics addressed there. The new Pop Sequentialism is the nexus of all things pop culture, from fine art to film, fashion and collectibles. Prior to opening his own gallery, he was the executive curator of La Luz de Jesus Gallery for almost a decade. He was also the creative director of La Luz de Jesus Press, where he oversaw the publication of about a dozen monographs and two massive survey books.
This episode was released on the 130th anniversary of the Wounded Knee Massacre.
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