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February 23, 2015

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

February 10, 2015

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

November 20, 2014

But given the current social situation in Mexico, and while the Ayotzinapa students remain unlocated, the show displays a praiseworthy example of how engagement and creative community work can make

October 30, 2014

There is a wonderful tension between the real and the fabricated moment in this image. It is both highly composed, but also comes across as documentary.

October 27, 2014

For the past two days, *artemporary has been visiting literally all the art stands and corners in the Grand Palais, as well as the off-site at the National Museum of Natural History.

October 07, 2014

[Fulbeck] started the Hapa Project...Now a book and an exhibition that has toured numerous galleries, it features hundreds of photographs of people of mixed-heritage and their answer to the ques

September 28, 2014

"What am I? I'm what's on your spoon when you pull it out of the melting pot!!" So writes a subject in California-based artist Kip Fulbeck's photo series "part asian, 100% Hapa"...

September 15, 2014

San Diegan heads to Paris for an exhibition featuring watering holes and the creative people who visit them...For 13 years, artist Raúl Guerrero has been capturing the dim, snug and unpretentiou

September 11, 2014

The World Technology Network announces the Award finalists. Department of Visual Associate Professor Amy Alexander is a finalist in the Arts Category.

August 08, 2014

Anya Gallaccio at Aldeburgh

June 6, 2014

By Laura Battle