BIOGRAPHY

 

Kathy Lovas was born in Duluth, Minnesota and grew up in the northern Wisconsin small towns of Rice Lake and Rhinelander. She holds a B.S. degree in biology from St. Mary's College, Notre Dame, Indiana and an MFA in photography from Texas Woman's University in Denton, TX. She was a 1991 fellow of the American Photography Institute National Graduate Seminar at New York University, and a 1995 recipient of a Mid-America Arts Alliance National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship in photography. Kathy has been a resident artist at Project Row Houses in Houston, Connemara Conservancy in Allen, TX, and the Atlantic Center for the Arts in Florida. Selected solo exhibitions of her work include Lawndale Art Center in Houston, Galveston Art Center, and Women and Their Work in Houston, as well as site-specific solo installations at DiverseWorks, Houston, the Art Museum of Southeast Texas at Beaumont, the Arlington Museum of Art, UT San Antonio Satellite Space at Blue Star, Warehouse Theater in Greenville, SC, and numerous group exhibitions throughout the region. Kathy's work was represented from 1992-2002 by Handley-Hicks Gallery in Fort Worth, and is currently represented by Liliana Bloch Gallery in Dallas since 2012.

Kathy lives in Dallas, Texas and was Lecturer and Adjunct Professor of photography in the College of Visual Arts and Design at the University of North Texas in Denton from 1992-2021. Concurrently, she has held Adjunct Professor appointments at Southern Methodist University, UT Arlington, UT Dallas, and Texas Woman's University.

Kathy's work is represented by Liliana Bloch Gallery in Dallas. Please visit Kathy's artist page at www.lilianablochgallery.com/kathy-lovas


 

"My artworks constitute a career-long investigation into the ontology of photography. Freely moving between photography, sculpture, and installation, my projects are based on narratives about current or past events, and often include familiar objects from my home or studio, such as chairs, tables, clothing, and snapshots. All of my projects, as well as this blog-style website, constitute an ongoing exploration of photographic indexicality, the archive, and the frame."


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For Kathy's exhibition record, please click here.
To view Kathy's work at Liliana Bloch Gallery, click here.