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Ken Gonzales-Day, Next Morning When Jimmy Woke, The Cowboys Were Gone, 2003

Ken Gonzales-Day, Next morning when Jimmy woke, the cowboys were gone, Livermore, CA, 2003, 2021 
Pigment print, 36 x 46 in. (91.4 x 116.8 cm). Collection of Middlebury College Museum of Art.
Purchase with funds provided by the Henry J. Simonds Student Curator Fund, 2021.

Luis De Jesus Los Angeles is very pleased to announce the acquisition of Ken Gonzales-Day's Next morning when Jimmy woke, the cowboys were gone, Livermore, CA, 2003, by the Middlebury College Museum of Art in Middlebury, Vermont. The photograph will be included in Art & Protest: Artists as Agents of Social Change, on view from September 14 - December 12, 2021. The exhibition was curated by María Ramirez ’21 (2020–2021 Simonds Curatorial Intern) and Jason Vrooman, Ph.D, Chief Curator and Director of Engagement, Middlebury College Museum of Art. Art & Protest unites examples of socially engaged art—produced primarily in the United States but in a few instances around the world—from the 19th century to the present to showcase the artistic and ideological patterns that occur across different eras and social movements, and the aesthetic or conceptual strategies artists use to demonstrate the need for social change. 

We thank Jason Vrooman, María Ramirez and the Middlebury College class of '21 for their support.

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