In the movies, lonely people always seem to offer the most interesting stories...
Jean Lowe is not an illusionist in the conventional sense of the term...Maybe a better term for her would be delusionist, for she stabs satirically at broad-scale practices of deception, as well
For curators Castro-Prieto and Zuñiga, there is a relationship to the city and to the border implicit in these questions that is particular to Arreola's and Pimienta's generation of artists.
Since 1988, the California Community Foundation has awarded fellowships to 215 professional artists, for total grants of nearly $2.1 million.
walking into Katie Herzog’s I was struck at how friendly most of her faces seem. Nearly all are smiling, and they look like human beings I might want to meet...
“This hypnotic new installation is Liu’s very personal meditation on the universal circle of birth, life, and death—on nature’s mortality and immortality.
Herzog's use of vibrant color choices...the paintings cannot be described as subtle, another fierce yet quiet commentary on taking up space, visually and intellectually...the paintings announce
The oil paint runs down her eyes, creating an eerily crafted photorealist portrait.
Her paintings read as attempts to rescue these sufferers from the oblivion of history, exalting them without at all diminishing the hardness that characterized their lives.
What's the truth? That's the initial premise of "Camelia la Tejana," a story told in Gabriela Ortiz's often electrifying opera, with a libretto by her brother Rubén Ortiz Torres