Activist efforts targeting the Whitney Museum of American Art across the 1960s and ’70s provide a starting point to consider the ways in which activists today can effect meaningful changes..
A multiculturalist vogue brought women and African-American artists into the spotlight...
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Members of the 2017 class include winners of the Pulitzer Prize and the Wolf Prize; MacArthur fellows; Fields medalists; Presidential Medal of Freedom and National Medal of Arts recipients; and
I was struck by how much crazy labor she put into it.
In an era of wall-building, they are breaking boundaries and engineering bridges...UC San Diego professors Fonna Forman and Teddy Cruz are creating links between the university and marginalized
If April showers bring May flowers, then April exhibitions bring…even more May exhibitions! Here are the shows you should make sure to check out this season.
Nearly 40 years ago, the College Art Association’s National Women’s Caucus for Art planned an exhibition featuring works by “Afro-American” women artists...Forty-six artists—including Camille Bi
A striking black-and-white photograph Lorna Simpson took of a young Carrie Mae Weems in Mexico, speaks to the bonds between black women and how those relationships inspire...
Although the premise is serious and hotly controversial, the exhibit’s personalities and playfulness, along with their deep insights on opening night, made for an exciting evening...
The annual conference of the California Inter-campus Consortium of Italian Studies (known as CICIS) was held this year at UC San Diego.