“The work has become timely, but it has always been important,” said Baca of “The Great Wall of Los Angeles.”
Reverberating through the Pulitzer’s iconic building, Adkins’s works carry the potential of sound, and remain alluring even in silence.
Borders of Freedoms / Contornos de Libertad presents video work by six artists living in El Salvador and its diaspora.
For more than 20 years, a monumental mural of former Philadelphia Mayor, Frank Rizzo, existed in the city’s Ninth Street Market. On June 7, 2020, it was officially painted over.
Edgar Arceneaux, Shaun Leonardo, Mckendree Key, and other artists share the creative methods they are using to engage and educate their children.
Beatriz Cortez has created a space that feels both freshly futuristic and profoundly ancient.
A cultural community has emerged in San Diego and Tijuana that recognizes where the cities diverge but also where they overlap.
The Chicago-born artist’s work is as entrenched in political discourse as it is in pop culture.
The master of media art created works that are constructed out of TV sets and recording devices that are no longer manufactured and, needless to say, generally irreplaceable.
Chiura Obata’s stirring paintings invite us to consider the representation of persecution and distress from the point of view of an immigrant in the early 20th century.