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August 31, 2016

“Sometimes you sacrifice too much. You find yourself out on a limb and not knowing really quite how to get back down the tree.

August 23, 2016

Fifty years ago, the photographer Gordon Parks took to the streets of Harlem with his camera — and at times, Ralph Ellison — and changed the game for black photographers.

August 05, 2016

Is there a cross-border citizen?...In collaboration with Mockus, we produced what we called the “Binational Citizenship Culture Survey.” Working with the municipalities of San Diego and Tijuana

August 04, 2016

1967 was a watershed year for Ringgold, who, after struggling for a decade against the marginalization she faced as a black female artist, unveiled the monumental piece in her first solo exhibi

June 24, 2016

Works dangle from the ceiling, line the wall, cover floors, fill vitrines and – in the case of an extensive mesh of knotted rope by Anya Gallaccio – cascade out through the trees in the gallery

June 21, 2016

Examples include housing created by architect Teddy Cruz for the San Diego-Tijuana border...Exhibition associate curator Sean Anderson says there will be “many different things of different scal

June 10, 2016

Her recent paintings strike a surreal balance between contemporary men’s fashion pictorials and 18th-century European painting (namely Fragonard); dreamy scenes are populated by dolled-up dandie

June 09, 2016

The project has received multiple prizes and global recognition, including being selected as the best arts-intervention project with a social impact by Harvard University’s Cultural Agents Initi

April 13, 2016

She is standing on the cement floor of Night Gallery in South Downtown L.A., surrounded by “The Progress of Love,” her new show of paintings.

April 12, 2016

[Elvis & Nixon] The historical comedy, directed by Liza Johnson, looks at their 1970 meeting, during which The King asked the President if he could have a badge from the Bureau of Narcotics and