Kevin Warth is a Louisville-based visual artist. He works primarily in photography, but also incorporates installation and fiber arts into his practice. Engaging with issues of identity, sexuality, and the body, his art is defined by his experience as a gay man in postmodern society. He often draws upon his academic background and is influenced by disiplines such as queer theory and semiotics.
He is a founding member and contributing writer for Ruckus - a critical art journal focusing on artistic excellence in Louisville.
Warth is a graduate of the Hite Art Institute at the University of Louisville, receiving a BFA in 2D Studio Art and a BA in Art History.