Comprised of 15 panels, Ben Sakoguchi’s “Chinatown” is a history lesson in miniature.
In his “Complete History of World Art,” Colescott skewers notions around propriety, race, beauty, and art.
The artist, who gave an iconic ASL performance at the Super Bowl last year, draws our attention to the struggle of power, ideology, and systems in the juncture of languages.
In March, Chang put out an open call for our fears and made a video out of them. Watching it eight months later, I hoped it would help name whatever it was I was feeling.
By negating the figure, Amir H. Fallah expands the limits of portraiture to make space for multiple interpretations.
Garabedian gave himself over to his instincts, pretensions, and mistakes, unafraid to explore and even embrace what others considered to be “bad.”
In the San Gabriel Valley, home to the largest concentration of Asian Americans, cultural landmarks tell a story of the formation of a collective cultural identity.
Desperate for economic relief and legal protection, a new collective is responding to the government’s negligence and working to address structural problems of the art scene.