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Exhibition

September 23, 2013

Steinbach’s work focuses on the shared social ritual of collecting, arranging, and presenting everyday objects and materials — whether it be the objects arranged in homes, or the way we select

September 11, 2013

Throughout her illustrious career, artist Faith Ringgold has been told that men rule the world.

September 10, 2013

Also working with passports as prime material for his art, Tijuana-based Omar Pimienta presents a series of expired passports that he exchanges for new ones he created and calls the Passporte L

September 03, 2013

Rumor around Bard has it that the guards at the Center for Curatorial Studies’s Haim Steinbach show find it difficult to keep visitors from pocketing his objects.

August 01, 2013

Mr. Steinbach’s Pop Art-meets-Minimalism combinations were briefly grouped with work of artists like Jeff Koons and Ashley Bickerton under the rubrics of Neo Geo and Commodity Art.

July 31, 2013

Vasquez brings sculptor Auguste Rodin’s famous piece “The Gates of Hell” to life using animation, performance vignettes and music, only instead of using characters from Dante’s The Divine Comed

July 21, 2013

walking into Katie Herzog’s I was struck at how friendly most of her faces seem. Nearly all are smiling, and they look like human beings I might want to meet...

July 15, 2013

"When we mention Southern California we’re not just talking about L.A. but also San Diego, specifically U.C.S.D."

July 13, 2013

The exhibition is enormously refreshing for an institution that has never felt entirely comfortable dealing with art of the present or with difficult subjects that might rattle its audience.