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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
Matt Hope, a Beijing-based artist, is taking his adopted city’s problems head on.
“What is an object?” he mused. “How do we apprehend an object? How do we live with an object in the same space, and which space does it belong to?
San Diego's Author & Punisher, the long-running, one-man industrial doom project propagated by sound exhibitionist Tristan Shone, will bring his fascinating sonic defiance to the road this Spri
“Most maps are about development, about the military, about command of some environment or another, about the power of your mobility through an environment,” says Newton. “So they’re political.
his work has been featured in 25 solo exhibitions, and more than 100 group shows in the United States, Europe, Australia, New Zealand, and Canada.
The work by Yvonne Venegas has focused on portraying the life of the middle and high class in Tijuana as in other parts of the country... Read more in Spanish at:
'Fruitvale' began earning huge buzz from pretty much the moment it premiered at the Sundance Film Festival last Friday. Really, we should have seen it coming.
My primary interest is in environments and to create a sense of place, which is why I tend to make things non-verbal.
MFA Candidate Dominic Paul Miller mentioned in Cannibalism Is the Theme of the MexiCali Biennial. But Not in the Way You'd Think