Last year, the museum spent about $400,000 on art by famed civil rights artist Faith Ringgold, Al Loving and Xaviera Simmons..."The evening is a combination celebration of the museum's art by Af
Benjamin Bratton calls TED “middlebrow megachurch infotainment,” a type of feel-good fodder for the masses that diverts our attention, enthusiasm and outrage away from things that really matter.
The names of the artists — Ghada Amer, Emma Amos, Chakaia Booker, Faith Ringgold — to name a few, may not carry the same weight as most of their male counterparts but their work speaks loudly an
some 200 friends of Ernie and art filled the main gallery at La Jolla’s Athenaeum Music &Arts Library for the opening of a show of his works called “Memory, Voyage, Full Moon.” The evening inclu
We could put ourselves in danger by creating artificial intelligence that looks too much like ourselves, a leading theorist has warned. “If we look for A.I.
Although not a household name like Frank Gehry or Norman Foster, Cruz has attained a different kind of celebrity as one of the world’s most respected activist designers...Cruz became fascinated
The next step would be the formation of a binational council “that can steward some of these results, to brainstorm together across sectors in terms of prioritizing three to five projects,” said
Faith Ringgold pulls off the same kind of time-traveling magic in a 1991 print called "The Sunflower Quilting Bee at Arles," which plucks from history the names and faces of nine African-America
Compared to other New York art fairs, its open-armed acceptance of the full breadth of visual expression is refreshing...
Workshop participants helped Abramović create a new audio work—a collaboration with science-fiction writer Kim Stanley Robinson, an early draft of which was unveiled in the UCSD Art Gallery last