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Gallaccio’s intervention, a welcome and highly necessary meditation on the relationship between tech and techne, is a visual and cerebral spectacle...
Lorna Simpson’s 'Hypothetical?' appeared in the 1993 Whitney Biennial, and its concerns remain contemporary today... Read more at:
“This year’s distinguished recipients showcase talent, intellect and the far-reaching impact of a UC San Diego education,” said Steph Barry ’94, assistant vice chancellor, UC San Diego Alumni...
The exhibition features works by Hung Liu, who came to the U.S. legally from China in 1984 with twenty dollars and two suitcases.
Gallaccio embraces cutting-edge technology while also subverting it; 3D printing is known for precision, but the artist’s application of unreliable slip clay offers unpredictable results...
The idea for the festival — underwritten by the Legler Benbough Foundation — first surfaced about a year ago during discussions with local artist Perry Vasquez...
This show arrives at a tender time in the country’s history, when cultural and ancestral histories feel at risk of erasure or condemnation... Read more at:
But there’s more to the darkness in these scenes. Sholette is offering a new metaphor to discover: dark matter from outer space as an analogy for activism amidst the plight of our age.
“It took four years to get the files, and now I’m reclaiming them, and repurposing them, to tell my dad’s story, and to tell the story of the government surveillance, and how they really dismant
This fascinating, interactive exhibition explores such themes as identity, race and community through visual storytelling...Faith Ringgold began quilting her stories more than 40 years ago in or