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February 21, 2013

 

Interview: Louis Hock

Faculty artist's latest includes major public art at LAX

January 25, 2013

My primary interest is in environments and to create a sense of place, which is why I tend to make things non-verbal.

November 28, 2012

Weems is particularly concerned with black women and how they are portrayed, remembered and forgotten.

November 27, 2012

Part of The Drawing Center’s commitment to emerging and under-recognized artists is realized through the Viewing Program, a curated registry of artists available online and regularly consulted b

September 27, 2012

Weems and I discuss: The way her work relies upon narrative and how she developed an interest in story-telling; The forward Henry Louis Gates, Jr.

September 07, 2012

I would be hard pressed to think of anyone in the visual arts who has done more to make public the centuries old discrimination of race and gender, the oppressive effects of power, the intricaci

September 01, 2012

Scanning Lorna Simpson’s work over the decades, there’s a natural progression that you don’t always see with artists.

August 31, 2012

Like an anthropologist uncovering the unknown customs and behaviors of a far-off civilization, Carrie Mae Weems has, for more than thirty years, shined a spotlight on the hidden experiences and

April 10, 2012

To pass the time during long flights, artist Nina Katchadourian goes to the lavatory, adorns herself in tissue paper costume, and creates hilarious self-portrait photos in the style of Flemish R

April 10, 2012

She was the first Afro-American to show at the Venice Biennial and one of the few to have ever taken part in documenta—and twice, at that: in 1987 and 2002.