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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

July 30, 2014

art professor has been getting international attention for his website mapping the world’s cats...but the popular site will soon go dark if he doesn’t raise enough money to keep the computer se

July 22, 2014

Sure, you wished director Johnson could have allowed Wiig some room for more spark and personality as her character slowly blossoms, especially given Wiig’s tremendous capacity to evoke humour i

July 17, 2014

Matt Hope, a British Beijing-based artist, recently designed a smog-fighting bicycle that emits clean air as you peddle....

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July 09, 2014

While Yvonne photographs people and landscapes to question social conventions and emotional truths, Julieta sings about passion in a melancholy, nostalgic style tinged with Mexican folk traditio