Like a hybrid of a Where’s Waldo puzzle and Hieronymus Bosch painting, Chris Santa Maria’s collage culls from the unsettlingly familiar visual torrent of Trump’s administration.
The museum’s intended sale of 255 items, planned for today at Sotheby’s in London, is postponed to November.
William Camargo visits spaces like a formerly segregated park and the Anaheim City Hall, where four Klan members were once elected.
The Mariah App uses augmented reality technology to transform the Met’s Sackler Wing into a memorial site for Mariah Lotti and others who have lost their lives to the opioid crisis.
The Social Public Art Resource Center is inviting the public to send photos of their loved ones to be included in an altar and virtual “Calling of the Spirits” ritual.
While the museum presents its attempt to identify trafficked antiquities as an altruistic enterprise, its policing of the antiquities market also distracts from its historic role in acquiring looted objects.
The multi-venue exhibition includes performances and a film series, and features over 40 artists from 20 countries.
The San Diego Asian Film Festival has the strongest online festival program yet.
Disability rights activist Emily Ladau explains “supported storytelling.”
In Tishan Hsu’s work, the canvas becomes a television, a platform of multiple channels, where what channel to tune into is the viewer’s choice.
Proposing an overdue historical corrective, Vida Americana is a reminder that neither the US or European avant-garde maintained a monopoly on Modernism.
Over 60 artists have contributed to Project 270, an initiative by Mana Urban Arts Project, to engage young, disenfranchised voters nationwide.