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You can never step in the same river twice, unless you're a performance artist working today...Glenn Phillips, the curator at the Getty Research Institute who co-directed the festival, says...ci
The doodle, created by artist Faith Ringgold, includes images of Dr. King's face atop the Google logo, surrounded by lines from his famous "I Have a Dream"...
In the 1960s and 1970s, Los Angeles became one of the birthplaces of international performance art, with artists such as Eleanor Antin, Chris Burden, Suzanne Lacy, Allan Kaprow, Mike Kelley, Pau
It is our conviction that the people with the best eye for emerging artistic talent are other artists.
Focusing on pieces made since the 1970s, the exhibition shows how the vernacular, in its very ubiquity — its integration into home life, social rituals, and sense of place — is an ongoing fascin
Dissecting Nature--Diaz Hope, Iran do Espirito Santo, Vernon Fisher, Maiko Haruki, Anya Gallaccio, Andy Goldsowrthy, Roy McMakin, Lincosn Schatz and James Turrell
MFA Alumnus Ross Karre's collaboration with Steven Schick, from the Music Department, and Shahrokh Yadegari, from Theater and Dance, selected as #1 on George Lewis's Best o
The initial impression is slightly unsettling, and this was the exact intent of the artists, MFA Candidate Brian Zimmerman and Professor Anya Gallaccio of the Department of Visual Arts at UC San
Jauregui addresses the tradition of the sublime in painting head-on by creating representations in which architectural structures are undercut by the threat of decay.
The once influential paintings she created during the previous decade, with only a few notable exceptions, disappeared from view, omitted from critical, art historical discourse for more than fo