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B2 Fine Art Gallery speaks with the voices of two elder stateswomen of African American art: Aminah Robinson and Faith Ringgold.
The projects of Collective Magpie may be rooted in ideas, but these artists also know how to create something that yields a sense of visual wonder.
Author and Punisher (March 19, Swan Dive Patio): One man industrial metal powerhouse Tristan Shone has been pretty much everywhere in the last year, recently embarking on an extensive European t
The biggest news was the announcement by [UCSD Visual Arts] starting a new undergraduate major, Speculative Design...As opposed to UCSD's seeming emphasis on discursive design's more artistic ca
the contract between audience and screen is based on a certain predictability in storytelling, which Akerman eviscerated by keeping both the situation and the character at a distance and showing
Synopsis: Chau, a teenager living in a Ho Chi Minh care center for children disabled by Agent Orange, battles with the reality of his dream to one day become a professional artist.
“There is no better way to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Anderson Ranch than by recognizing an artist like Carrie Mae Weems, whose work speaks so clearly to the human experience.
Kip Fulbeck has been hassled in hotels, criticized in gyms and mocked in bathhouses for showing too much of his body, a tattooed canvas for fire-breathing dragons, Buddhist goddesses of mercy an
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