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The radical, political, bold and daring work of more than 40 black women artists and art collectives will go on display....In New York, critics raved about it and photos of the show spread like
The exhibition examines diverse independent artist initiatives – including ad hoc street performances and interventions, clubs, collaboratively produced ‘zines, archives and collections, pirate
Is all art political...How do social and economic changes influence artists?...The subjects in Yvonne Venegas’s photos play the parts of wealthy residents of an exclusive, gated community....
Lerner and Ortiz-Torres, a visual arts professor at UC San Diego, first delved in Disney's influence in their 1995 movie “Frontierland/Fronterilandia,” which examines cross-pollination between t
Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA is a far-reaching and ambitious exploration of Latin American and Latino art in dialogue with Los Angeles led by the Getty...
The right kind of film can stick with you for years...What were some of the feature films that had a similarly impactful, unnerving, or productive influence on contemporary artists working in th
Nina Katchadourian took a picture of her hand and sent it to Lenka Clayton, beginning their exchange of images...
Jamilah Sabur is an artist working across various disciplines including performance, video, and installation...We met with Jamilah to get a walk-through of her solo project...
"We Wanted a Revolution: Black Radical Women, 1965–85" at the Brooklyn Museum, perhaps the most important exhibition New York has seen in recent years, is that in spite of an art world that trie
And in one of the UMFA’s newest acquisitions, Soul Sister (part of the artist’s Black Light Series), Faith Ringgold subverts her art school education, which only taught her to render skin tones