The biggest struggle I faced when starting Knockaround was just not knowing what the hell was going on...I had an art degree and had never taken a business class in my life...
If you were in New York a couple weeks ago and visited the Guggenheim Museum, you might have encountered a group of artists and demonstrators unfurling banners and chanting “Who’s Building the
Clad mostly in black, Vasquez quietly strums his guitar and performs a spoken-word piece as wild, fiery images dance across a wall of projection screens behind him.
"It was a blossoming of opportunities for San Diego artists to showcase their work in a museum context, and a lot of people got exposure and were able to be associated with a museum for the fir
“Many people speak about the incredible experience of making eye contact with a whale,” she said. “That’s also what I hope my mural does.
Quint Contemporary Art is pleased to announce the completion of two major new works by artist Kim MacConnel.
“I was looking for ways of embracing my identity and my history”...So Quesnell got out that flag, unfolded it, spread it out over the floor and began to meticulously draw it, one wrinkle and on
Manny Farber—Works on Paper 1968-1973...are pieces that Farber, who taught later in life in the Visual Arts Department at UCSD, would paint flat on the floor rather than on an easel...
Where Magazine gives a shout-out to San Diego Museum of Art’s Noah Doely photography exhibition, “By the Light,” which runs through Feb. 25.
We asked the U-T’s arts reporters and critics to identify people who represent the new faces of the arts in San Diego. Here are their picks:
B+ (Brian Cross)