A collection of essays by one of the most influential film critics of the twentieth century has come out in paperback.
B2 Fine Art Gallery speaks with the voices of two elder stateswomen of African American art: Aminah Robinson and Faith Ringgold.
the contract between audience and screen is based on a certain predictability in storytelling, which Akerman eviscerated by keeping both the situation and the character at a distance and showing
Teddy Cruz, told the Guardian that with this new Blum Federation in place, students from other campuses will be able to come and gain hands-on experience with international poverty...“The asset
At Sagehen, the Harrisons are collaborating with a team of UC Berkeley scientists and members of the Washoe Tribe on a 50-year-long project...The Harrisons’ decision to involve the Washoe Tribe
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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For instance, Ringgold’s work depicts a fictitious African-American woman posing for a Henri Matisse painting...The BMA is one of 40 institutions with works on Google...
It also welcomed Gallaccio, a thoughtful, provocative artist whose remarkable sculpture 'beautiful minds," incrementally constructed by a huge 3-D printer, raised issues of decay, rebirth and co
On an evening characterized by candy and costumes, artists from the Department of Visual Arts at UC San Diego are taking a creative approach to the traditional Halloween fun.
Decay can be beautiful, especially in the hands of artist Anya Gallaccio, whose work explores the aesthetic beauty, timelessness and inevitability of decline.