At the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, a new “living archive” of stories, objects, and photographs expands our understanding of how we might reconfigure our relationship to the present.
The artist-activist groups Artists for Workers and the Illuminator organized the projections in solidarity with the Guggenheim’s unionized workers and workers of Guggenheim Abu Dhabi.
I’m here to entertain you, but only during my shift flirts with beauty, ecology, and the desire to be seen, without capitulating to the pull of exoticization.
Schahbaz’s large-scale paintings, on view in her latest exhibition Dreaming, assert the right to claim and occupy space as a woman.
187: The Rise of the Latino Vote tells the story of Proposition 187, the 1994 attempt to block undocumented people from public services, and how it was ultimately defeated.
The work of 12 recent graduates is featured in _____: Revisited, now on view at UT Austin’s Visual Arts Center through November 20, 2020.
Home Truths, a new online screening series from Anthology Film Archives, acts as a resource for community information and solidarity.
According to the United Nation’s annual ranking, Denmark is the world’s second happiest country.