aSHEville Museum Announces the Opening of Their Latest Exhibit, ‘Bought and Sold: The Voices of Human Trafficking’ By Kay Chernush and Artworks for Freedom OPENING RECEPTION Tuesday, July 5, 2016 at the aSHEville Museum 5:30 7:00 p.m.
aSHEville Museum is stepping up to the plate to address a growing human rights issue with their newest exhibit entitled “Bought and Sold: The Voices of Human Trafficking”. This multimedia exhibit features the work of artist Kay Chernush and her innovative approach to photography, in which she utilizes collage and constructed imagery along with sound in order to dignify the trafficked persons. aSHEville Museum is honored to be the latest of the many installations of Kay Chernush’s series “Bought and Sold: Voices of Human Trafficking” exhibit. Her work, and the awareness it has brought to human trafficking, has been on view at The Hague (Netherlands), Amsterdam, Singapore, Mumbai, Phnom Penh, New York City, Washington D.C., and Atlanta GA. “Bought and Sold” will be on exhibit at aSHEville Museum from June 1-August 31st, 2016.