The Mathieu Malouf exhibition at Jenny’s has also been perceived as antisemitic, targeting the artist Luke Turner.
Show Me As I Want to Be Seen resists imposed and idealized models of being by probing the self — the unstable, performative essence of humanity — and bringing it to life with art.
In anticipation of an important center for Chicano art opening next year, the Riverside Art Museum is hosting Community Chicano Studies.
MOCA PDC, which closed this month, deserves parting attention, largely because its evolutions, successes, and sometimes confounding programming often reflected city-wide cultural identity crises.
Over 40 artist-run spaces, experimental arts organizations, and independent galleries will set up shop in a decommissioned gun battery at Fort MacArthur in San Pedro.
On Tuesday morning, CalArts students organized outside of Hauser & Wirth in Los Angeles, where the Board of Trustees voted on the tuition for the next academic year, which will total $50,850.
Vanguard Revisited: Poetic Politics & Black Futures highlights Bay Area artists and artist collectives whose work contextualizes the lasting impact of BPP ideology and activism, and the photographs of Ruth-Marion Baruch and Pirkle Jones.
So ingrained is exploitation in our understanding of female sexuality within (and outside of) art history that incredibly basic readings recede into the background and are deemed somehow radical.
Black Refractions: Highlights from the Studio Museum in Harlem first brings highlights from the iconic New York institution’s collection to the Museum of the African Diaspora in San Francisco.
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The second edition of Desert X is a manifesto for poetical activism, tangled between nature and urban development.
Overwhelming evidence shows that gas and electric company PG&E is responsible for the fire that killed 86 people and cost an estimated $30 billion in damages.