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March 24, 2017

The works on view mark the individual artist’s shared commitment to the object through their diverse character, physicality and the challenge of overcoming formalized esthetic boundaries...<

March 23, 2017

A striking black-and-white photograph Lorna Simpson took of a young Carrie Mae Weems in Mexico, speaks to the bonds between black women and how those relationships inspire...

March 22, 2017

Although the premise is serious and hotly controversial, the exhibit’s personalities and playfulness, along with their deep insights on opening night, made for an exciting evening...

March 20, 2017

Jamilah Sabur’s installation, “A point at zenith: Become a body with organs and smell the Flowers,” was the last one I explored, and the only one in which I was able to experience in utmost sile

March 17, 2017

On March 16, EXO's leader Suho visited the exhibit, congratulating Mockrin on her solo exhibit and posing with her, as well as curator Kim Ki Bum, for a photo...

March 15, 2017

San Francisco-based painter Yolanda Lopez, who was a pioneer in the Chicana movement in San Diego in the ‘70s, will have works on display...

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March 07, 2017

The latest episode of Culturecast visits a public art series called Parkeology, whose latest installment revisits Balboa Park’s gay cruising culture...

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March 06, 2017

“All work is beautiful, in its own way,” says curator Nora Grant, adding that Liu “animates and enlarges” the struggle of the lives she depicts, “creating a new kind of truth.”...

March 02, 2017

Through their art, these twenty artists examine immigrant communities, in both celebrating cooperation and engagement with both sides of the border and as a source of creativity, as well as high

March 01, 2017

An influential figure in the art world for more than a quarter-century, she was the first African-American woman to show at the Venice Biennale, in 1990, and she was given an acclaimed solo exhi