Carl Richards’s simple sketches make complex financial concepts easy to understand for thousands of people every week on the Bucks blog on the NYTimes.com. Richards’ art, which is part of a larger movement that he refers to as Visualizing Finance, will also appear in his first book, The Behavior Gap: Simple Ways To Stop Doing Dumb Things With Money (Portfolio/Penguin, January 2012). The Kimball Art Center is the first venue to present Richards’ sketches in an exhibition that coincides with the release of two catalogues of his work. The work of freelance artists from major publications such as The Economist will also appear in the exhibition.
Everyday Art: Wasatch Back Student Art Show
April 14 - May 27, 2012