“A Fox’s Craft,” a recent collaborative performance installation by Yuka Murakami and Gianna Zamora, provides an insightful tribute to the now-demolished UCSD Crafts Center...Featuring video and
Creating a tension between sweetness and bitterness that plays out across her panels...Evoking the precision of painter Ellen Altfest and the 'femmages' of the '70s art icon Miriam Schapiro, Moc
The UCSD Guardian talked to Shekoyan about being a visual arts student at UCSD and about deconstructing classic Orientalist pieces using paper, paint, glue and glitter...
People populate his works and gave shape to the show.
B2 Fine Art Gallery speaks with the voices of two elder stateswomen of African American art: Aminah Robinson and Faith Ringgold.
The projects of Collective Magpie may be rooted in ideas, but these artists also know how to create something that yields a sense of visual wonder.
Kip Fulbeck has been hassled in hotels, criticized in gyms and mocked in bathhouses for showing too much of his body, a tattooed canvas for fire-breathing dragons, Buddhist goddesses of mercy an
Martha Rosler’s photomontage, “Vacation Getaway, Goodbye to All That” (1971) — in which a luxury interior is contrasted against a scene from the Vietnam War — immediately springs to mind.
The work of Faith Ringgold is the centerpiece of the art exhibition. She has received more than 75 awards, fellowships, citations and honors...
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Artist Morgan Mandalay, also represented by Yautepec, showed up to Mexico City with his own nomadic project space, SPF15, which usually sets up on the beach in San Diego.