Vabianna Santos' work in her new show, "Floodplains," at Helmuth Projects uses language to guide us into places of feeling rather than thinking.
How do specific identities establish one’s relationship to existing economic orders? How can subversive identity configurations undermine established economies and create alternative economies?
Art for AIDS began 19 years ago when local artists sold their art to help raise money for friends living with HIV/AIDS.
As art historian Benjamin Buchloh pointed out, artists like Lonidier and Allan Sekula, with whom Lonidier has been closely associated, moved out of the institutional confines of the art world to
The New Britain Museum of American Art has reinstalled all of its second-floor galleries...Hung Liu's "Relic 12" shows a bored woman with bound feet, a commentary on the limited role of women in
At the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego downtown she's sculpting with clay.
When Ben Thompson, curator of the Museum of Contemporary Art Jacksonville, approached Joelle Dietrick about creating a work for MOCA’s Project Atrium, he didn’t have to go into great detail abou
Davina Semo creates sculptures that are simultaneously brutal and delicate, using materials not often found in an artist’s studio, from concrete to safety glass.
One of the best places to get a glimpse of the future is the senior presentations of the Interdisciplinary Computing in the Arts & Music (ICAM) majors, held every June at the end of the school y
Celebrate the opening of three new exhibitions at MCASD Downtown with guided tours, art-making activities, live music by Chicano Batman, food, and drinks...Fab Lab San Diego will lead art-making