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“In China, when I went to the best art institute in Beijing, everything was so tight, so compartmentalized, only focused on one discipline-you did sculpture only, or drawing only or mural only.
The legendary artist speaks on feminism and fighting for representation.
Jerry Truong and Annette Isham make art that explores identity, history, gender and other personally and politically charged topics...
  Interview: Louis Hock Faculty artist's latest includes major public art at LAX
"I titled this reflection in this manner in order to underline one of the most interesting aspects of Laida Lertxundi's film work.
MFA Candidate Lesha Maria Rodriguez receives three honorable mentions at the International Photo Awards 10th Annual IPA Competition
CAA has announced the recipients of the 2013 Awards for Distinction, which honor the outstanding achievements and accomplishments of individual artists, art historians, authors, conservators, curat
it was challenging for most to choose just one work and secondly, that as in multiple choice tests, the answer is more often than not 'all of the above.'
Laida Lertxundi The Los Angeles-based filmmaker discusses cities, soundtracks and landscapes By Dan Fox for Frieze Magazine, January/February 2013 Issue 152
Alternative Accounts Curated by UC San Diego students, Plains Indian ledger art exhibition at San Diego Museum of Art shares Native vision of American history