Mother Fruits, 2023
Kannetha Brown is a Cambodian-American photo-based artist born and raised in Rhode Island who is apart of our 2023 – 2024 Accelerate Cohort. With a distinctly contemporary and first-generation perspective, her artwork is a meditation on identity, history, memory, and cultural renaissance within her Cambodian community and family in Rhode Island. Kannetha received a BFA in Photography from the Massachusetts College of Art and Design, where she graduated with the Morton R. Godine fellowship, as well as departmental and academic honors for her work elevating Asian American history. Her photographs have been recognized by The Library of Congress, Diversify Photo, and Women Photograph, among others, and she was also named “6 of The Best Asian American Photographers in 2022” by the Phoblographer. Her project Two Oceans is held in private and public collections, and is currently featured in a large-scale portrait installation in downtown Providence.
Kannetha’s piece Mother Fruits, 2023 is a 20″ x 24″ Archival Inkjet Print.
It is available for pick up at the Providence UNFI Cafe during their business hours (Monday – Friday 7:30 am – 2:30 pm.)
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