Roula Seikaly talks to the two co-directors of Berkeley Art Center about how they approach collaboration, creating meaningful life-work balance, and how BAC welcomes diverse audiences.
Class, tradition, gender roles, race, and celebrity take center stage in Marika Thunder’s exhibition at de boer gallery in Los Angeles
Yuyang Zhang’s paintings and digital collages offer cultural commentary through memes, Chinese-American culture, and dark humor.
Through scientific discovery and mysticism, Emily Endo explores the possibility of glass.
Four curators and thirty-five artists transform a soon-to-be demolished building in Sacramento’s rapidly gentrifying Ice Blocks district.
In a bilingual conversation, Rafael Lozano-Hemmer and Sofía Córdova question the human relationship with technology.
Found objects give intimate clues to the lives of strangers, and are given new lives as artworks.
Two artists from Grass Valley, CA, talk about making art in rural communities and the magic of stones.
A South African artist in Eugene, OR, uses dance and poetry to encourage compassion for difference.
Building worlds with found objects and materials.