The annual conference of the California Inter-campus Consortium of Italian Studies (known as CICIS) was held this year at UC San Diego.
David Antin's Words Live On: Hundreds pay tribute to local poet at The Getty Center
This work, which highlights the tension between the fallibility of technology and the freedom of clay, also prompts consideration of the relationship between maker and material, the artist never
Gallaccio embraces cutting-edge technology while also subverting it; 3D printing is known for precision, but the artist’s application of unreliable slip clay offers unpredictable results...
This fascinating, interactive exhibition explores such themes as identity, race and community through visual storytelling...Faith Ringgold began quilting her stories more than 40 years ago in or
[Teddy Cruz and Fonna Forman] have spent years observing how cities along the border grow and develop...Using what they’ve learned, they’ve designed research-based urban intervention projects, c
In the past 10 years, the Curry Stone Design Prize has grown to become one of the world’s preeminent awards honoring socially impactful design professionals and the influence of design as a forc
Ringgold shared some information with the Indianapolis Recorder about her life as an artist and what she is working on now...
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'Die' has been on view at the entrance of MoMA’s collection galleries on the fourth-floor, and it always seems to have a crowd around it when I pass by.
The Museum of Modern Art recently acquired Faith Ringgold’s extremely violent, 12-foot-wide painting “American People Series #20: Die” (1970), which will be the focus of her conversation tonight