Front 613. 200 - 30x60" Edition of 3
LA Sky 1029. 2005 - 48x48"
digital photograph surface-mounted
to plexiglass - edition of 3
Overcast 223. 2006 - 48x58"
edition of 3
Everything & Nothing. 2006 - 9 Panels at
24x24" each digital photograph
surface-mounted to plexiglas
edition of 3
Kincaid was born in Chattanooga, Tennessee, in 1966, but he has lived and worked in Dallas
for the last several years. "I always knew that I wanted to be an artist," he says, "although my
original interests were in drawing and painting. It was only in high school that I began to
develop an interest in photography and printmaking." He pursued these mediums in
college, earning his BFA from Texas Tech University and an MFA from the University of Kentucky.
Kincaid's work is a favorite among collectors and he urges people to fall in love with the
work  they intend to buy. "Collecting with financial interests in mind is not really collecting,"
he explains, "it's investing. You should look for works by artists with whom you feel you share
an aesthetic, work that haunts you, that you can't stop thinking about." Of course,
learning a bit about the artist doesn't hurt either. "Find out what drives the creation
of the work," he says."Chances are, you'll love it even more."
Dallas Artist  - Ted Kincaid
by Amy Durham
Kincaid's work explores the truthfulness of a photographic image and blurs can seem
aesthetically diverse," he says, "but the constant thread that holds it together involves
using the camera as a tool to construct a plausible photographic reality that never existed."
Kincaid has exhibited extensively
throughout his career, but he is
contemporary art scene has
emerged with such force in the
past few years," he says. "We have
incredible galleries here that are
sharp, dedicated, and accessible,
institutions such as the Dallas
Museum of Art (DMA) and the
Nasher Sculpture Center, and
citizens dedicated to supporting
and nurturing the scene."
Locally he is represented by Talley Dunn Gallery, and his work is included in such
permanent collections as the DMA, the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston, and the
Museum of Fine Arts in San Antonio, plus several corporate collections, including
Neiman Marcus, Belo, and American Airlines.
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