[ArtBO] Showcasing both established and emerging talent, the fair has forged its way onto the international art scene since its 2004 launch.
By Sheena Ghanbari
Angie Jennings principally works in performance but offers a large painting here.
She recently organized a discussion at the group's national conference titled "Curating Diversity," and when it comes to showing the work of disabled artists or art that deals in issues of disab
The UCSD Guardian talked to Shekoyan about being a visual arts student at UCSD and about deconstructing classic Orientalist pieces using paper, paint, glue and glitter...
Byrd uses the video medium to make statements on technology and human-to-human contact or what she calls “live-ness and simulated live-ness.” For the piece “(i want to be private)” she used sens
Artist Morgan Mandalay, also represented by Yautepec, showed up to Mexico City with his own nomadic project space, SPF15, which usually sets up on the beach in San Diego.
With a series of movement-oriented cityscapes, artist Neda Kerendian ponders staying grounded in a fast-paced world...
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What to Read Before You Go [San Diego/Tijuana]: "Sunshine Noir II: Writing From San Diego and Tijuana" (City Works Press, 2015) is an anthology of contemporary San Diego nonfiction, fiction, poe
"I am super excited about the performance series this Thursday inside of Magpie Collective's domed 'Nomadic Atelier'.