Installation view of Anhydjinnic Molassicism

E.K. Huckaby: Anhydjinnic Molassicism

2013/2014 Working Artist Project (WAP)
Exhibition Dates: September 27 – November 29, 2014

MOCA GA 2013/2014 Working Artist Project selected by Franklin Sirmans, Terri and Michael Smooke Department Head and Curator of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles.

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About E.K. Huckaby

E.K. Huckaby (b. 1957 in Thomaston, Georgia) lives and works in Brooks, Georgia. He attended the Atlanta College of Art, graduating with a BFA in 1991. Huckaby has been the recipient of numerous awards and grants including the Working Artist Project of MOCA GA. His work has been featured in many group and solo exhibitions, including shows at the High Museum of Art, the Atlanta Contemporary Art Center, and MOCA GA. Huckaby is admired for his unusual techniques and use of media. His work is collected nationwide.

ABOUT Anhydjinnic Molassicism

“I welcome patrons kindly attending and hereby offer some caveats on the viewing experience: This exhibition should not be trusted when it claims to speak only to you and no other. Any piece that declares itself a passageway never before opened is suspect. Let no mere thing isolate you from your friends or resist questioning. These works cannot protect you from the unknown or deliver you to another world. Any wisdom implied you possessed upon entry. All appearances are to be interrogated and not allowed to exert undue influence. Yet, this exhibition is in essence about you.”
– E. K. Huckaby