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Morlan Gallery will be presenting exhibitions in a virtual format until the end of 2020 due to the COVID-19 situation. To see our most recent exhibition, upcoming programing, and future exhibitions join us at

New Virtual Exhibitions

October 26 through November 30, Morlan Gallery will be presenting two online exhibitions dealing with sustain and supporting ourselves and each other through the challenges and crises that have surrounded out daily lives. Artwork in these exhibitions giving us a moment pause and reflect on the unique moment we live in and give us strength and hope as we continue to adapt, preserver, encourage and help ourselves, communities and loved ones.

Visits to see both exhibitions.

Exhibiting Artists
Lexington in the time of COVID-19:  Kurt Gohde and Kremena Todorova

Near & Far:  Barbara Ash, Chelsea Clarke, Marika Christofides, Arron Foster, Madison May, Anthony Mead, Jessica Page, Jessica Peterson, Szilvia Ponyiczki, Kelsey Reiman, Roberta Restaino, Emily Ritter, Eugene Sarmiento, Jennifer Scheuer, George Sfougaras, Amy Simons, Lizzy Taber, Stephen Wiggins, David Wischer, Jonathan Wright, Melanie Yazzie

October 26 - November 30, 2020


“Lexington in the Time of COVID-19” is an ongoing project of uncertain length by Kurt Gohde and Kremena Todorova, who are Transylvania professors and social practice artists. They document the ways members of the Lexington, Kentucky, community are enduring and sustaining themselves and others during the quarantine. On March 16, Kurt and Kremena began photographing individuals, couples, and families outside of their homes (always from a safe distance). During their visits, the collaborative artists spend time talking with the people they photograph, writing down notes to better understand and share our lived experience with social distancing. These notes become stories that are shared on Facebook, and they are the source of text paired with each image in this exhibition. As presented by Morlan Gallery, “Lexington in the Time of COVID-19” is a selection of images from Kurt and Kremena's larger project, which will continue until we are no longer asked to socially distance and have put an end to the spread of the virus.


Virtual Exhibition Programming

Thursday, October 29 - 7:00pm - Artist Talk with Kurt Gohde and Kremena Todorova

October 26 - November 30, 2020


“Near and Far” is an exhibition of fine art prints created for an international print exchange hosted by Morlan Gallery. Print-based artists were asked to create works centered around the theme of: “How do we sustain ourselves and others emotionally and physically?” In the past several months, it has become increasingly important to understand our needs and seek to connect with and support each other. “Near and Far” showcases prints from a variety of printmaking media related to ideas such as home, isolation, place, play, monotony, longing, racial justice, vulnerability, distance, new and old habits, meditation, reading, gardening, safety, mental health, screentime, the collective unconscious, community, change, progress, separation, technology, and loved ones.

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