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WHO BETTER to be our Hybrid issue cover centaur-the mythical half-man, half horse-than writer, filmmaker, musician, professor and all-around thought-provoker Kip Fulbeck.
The art world has recently engaged in a renewed fascination for the heady, rigorous experimental cinema of the late Aquarian age, reviving filmmakers...Perhaps galleries and museums wax nostalg
“Triptych: Migration Path” (2007), is the largest work in the latest 'Cerca Series' exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, curated by Lucía Sanromán.
A California couple's off-the-grid home includes a bathroom that showcases its artist owner's handmade designs and recycled materials...Nina sculpted the shower out of red-tinted mortar, which i
Every year the SD Art Prize Art Notes writers and previous SD Art Prize recipients along with the SD Art Prize committee nominates emerging artists as possible suggestions for the SD Art Prize esta
Their work might be highbrow, but they share a down-to-earth aversion to fashion Read more at:
If the early photographic pieces are Ms. Simpson's most forceful work, her films are her most beautiful...
We have already talked about the software artist Alex Dragulescu...As a matter of fact Valentina Tanni brilliantly presented the Romanian USA-based artist in the n°17 Digimag issue (September),
An annual prize for local artists, both of the established and emerging variety, has been created, with an accompanying exhibition program that will feature their work.
Roman de Salvo is incapable of using an ordinary material in an ordinary way...He's taken his skills into their largest arena yet with “Nexus Eucalyptus,” which he and his crew are installing a