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The sheer absurdity of that moment encapsulates what makes “Elvis & Nixon” so effective ... Read more at:
In its ninety-second competition for the United States and Canada, the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation has awarded 175 Fellowships (including three joint Fellowships) to a diverse group o
She is standing on the cement floor of Night Gallery in South Downtown L.A., surrounded by “The Progress of Love,” her new show of paintings.
[Elvis & Nixon] The historical comedy, directed by Liza Johnson, looks at their 1970 meeting, during which The King asked the President if he could have a badge from the Bureau of Narcotics and
Carl’s art is animated! That gives a real-time sense to his work, making you feel like you’re inside the story... Read more at:
Minimalism and representation are just two aspects of these intriguing works, however, as they also represent a deconstruction of digital techniques employed in unexpected ways.
Chancellor Pradeep K. Khosla will celebrate six exemplary faculty—three of whom hail from the arts and humanities division...They are: Anya Gallaccio, Teddy Cruz and David O. Brink
Obsessive in telling the story of the woman she was playing—whom we follow through the course of relationships with her lover, her friends, and her daughter—Weems knew the series would be import
“As a scholar of art and media, I have always focused on practices in which the poles of art and science come together around aesthetic form, modes of knowledge, or visions of the future”...