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Exhibition

March 21, 2013

A fishing net woven from gold lamé thread, "You got the best of my love" by Anya Gallaccio, speaks of common things transformed beyond recognition and contemplates the price of progress and the

March 21, 2013

the series of diminutive canvases bearing Liu's emotive brushwork are just as powerful as her larger, better-known paintings.

March 15, 2013

Many contemporary painters struggle to get history into their work without looking pretentious or ideologically motivated.

March 14, 2013

You’d probably never imagine that the artist once risked her life to make paintings like this. It’s by Hung Liu.

March 14, 2013

Art meets engineering in new exhibitions at UCSD

March 8, 2013

By Lonnie Burstein Hewitt

March 09, 2013

Rubén Ortiz Torres, librettist and video-designer of Long Beach Opera's US Premiere production of Camelia la Tejana - Only the Truth, and Gregorio Luke, noted Mexican and Latin American art exp

February 21, 2013

Jerry Truong and Annette Isham make art that explores identity, history, gender and other personally and politically charged topics...

February 08, 2013

it was challenging for most to choose just one work and secondly, that as in multiple choice tests, the answer is more often than not 'all of the above.'

February 04, 2013

Alternative Accounts Curated by UC San Diego students, Plains Indian ledger art exhibition at San Diego Museum of Art shares Native vision of American history

January 30, 2013

“What is an object?” he mused. “How do we apprehend an object? How do we live with an object in the same space, and which space does it belong to?