Drawing from years of material research, Lin has created a new body of work that is grounded in the uncanny sense of isolation yet collective experience that has marked our lives during these pandemic years.
An LA-based artist’s biomorphic works on paper evoke the vocabulary of food.
A Bay Area-based educator inspired students to look harder, ask deeper questions, and to take a stand.
A Los Angeles-based painter’s ripples in time on canvas immerse his viewers in another world.
Using Adobe Illustrator to generate aspects of her compositions, Quarles introduces digitally rendered patterns and markings that destabilize the sense of space in her paintings.
Highly attuned to growing gentrification in her neighborhood of South Central Los Angeles, Lauren Halsey, who studied architecture and art, celebrates Black culture, making space for representations of the people and places around her as a method of creative resistance.
Lezley Saar will be talking about the different series that she’s done and the various themes that deal with notions of race, gender, sanity, literature, heritage, escapism, and marginalization.
An LA-based non-profit creates a novel space to remind audiences how communities can come together.
Since their initial work as a performance and video artist, the tracking of the body’s motion through the world has become central to Math’s painting and sculptural practice.
At once connected yet separated, Boafo’s characters are enigmatically coupled with their shadows.