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Last Chance - March 28 through August 4, 2015
Lalla Essaydi, born in Moroccan and based in New York, makes photographs that explore the roles of women in Arab cultures. She's especially interested in how European artists have represented Arab cultures and bases some of her photographs on nineteenth-century Orientalist paintings.
February 21 through September 13, 2015
About 6,000 people from 84 countries were asked 45 questions, and now these many videos will show at MOPA, though because there are so many, different videos that address certain "themes" will play during different months. February, March and April are all about love, war and meaning in life.
UC San Diego lost one of its most iconic pieces of public art last month when a masked vandal destroyed Michael Asher’s untitled water fountain with a sledgehammer. It was the late conceptual artist’s only permanent outdoor public artwork in the US. According to San Diego 6, the artwork was attacked on January 13th by […]
Artist Jeff Weiss doesn’t want you on his list. It’s not you; he’s just not interested in acquiring scores of followers, and couldn’t handle scores now anyway. As his list grows, so does the possibility that he may have to alter the format of Weisslink, the “nightly art / email mashup” that he’s sent out […]
85 year-old artist Robert Irwin has been something of a chameleon over his long career. Beginning as a painter, Irwin came to prominence as a light and space pioneer in the 1960s, and since the 70s he’s focused on landscape projects and site-specific installations. What unites all his work, however, is the importance of the […]
5 from 1 presents the work of one artist in conversation with five sources that are driving their studio practice. The rest is up to you. Justin Quinn (link) No Dark Shit, 2014 collage 36″x31″