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June 04, 2012

Through it all, the exhibition shows artists striving to articulate their wants, needs, and desires, in an increasingly material world.

April 19, 2012

Former Yale professor and experimental filmmaker Standish Lawder GRD ’67 returned to campus Wednesday to receive the Film Studies Program’s annual award for a talented member of the field...

April 05, 2012

In order to represent the work of Teddy Cruz, the team drew on his own model for practice, which uses CONFLICT as an Operational Tool with which to intervene and construct design, policy, and m

April 02, 2012

In a perfect world, Standish Lawder's "Necrology" would be shown as broadly and as often as possible, and would be a widely-known and oft-heralded film that transcends its experimental tag...

March 01, 2012

more than 150 works...installations, photographs, videos, artists’ books, and extensive performance documentation that demonstrate the critical role of California artists in the development of C

January 19, 2012

Kim MacConnel — with his status as one of the founders of the “Pattern and Decoration” movement, with his art exhibited internationally from Venice to New York and with his inf

January 18, 2012

Filling the Art Institute right now is an ambitious survey tracing the role of photography in the development of conceptual art from 1964 to 1977...Eleanor Antin's series of postcards docume

January 18, 2012

You can never step in the same river twice, unless you're a performance artist working today...Glenn Phillips, the curator at the Getty Research Institute who co-directed the festival, says...ci

January 16, 2012

The doodle, created by artist Faith Ringgold, includes images of Dr. King's face atop the Google logo, surrounded by lines from his famous "I Have a Dream"...

January 05, 2012

In the 1960s and 1970s, Los Angeles became one of the birthplaces of international performance art, with artists such as Eleanor Antin, Chris Burden, Suzanne Lacy, Allan Kaprow, Mike Kelley, Pau