Weston Teruya is a visual artist and founding member of Related Tactics, a collective of artists, writers, curators, and educators of color creating projects and opportunities at the intersection of race and culture. Through a partnership with the online arts criticism platform Daily Serving- Art Practical, Weston launched (un)making, a podcast with artists, arts administrators, […]

By: Marcus Civin In her Baltimore home studio, Victoria Jang points out two wet ovoid forms, clay covered in plastic, works-in-progress she is turning on a Lazy Susan as she builds them up in slabs. The thirty-one-year-old artist recalls how her Korean-American mother prepared her school lunch, beautifully and energetically failing at making the typically slapped-together American-style […]

East and West converge in different ways in the work of Miya Ando and Jiha Moon, two Asia-rooted female artists who have shows in adjacent galleries at the American University Museum. While Moon’s art includes some conspicuous American ingredients, Ando’s work might seem to be purely Asian. “Most Everyone’s Mad Here,” a 2015 work by […]

Korean-Born, Atlanta-Based Artist Mixes Familiar with Foreign in Asian-Western Fusion By Mackenzie Weinger April 30, 2018 A kaleidoscope of colors, pop culture references and traditional Asian art techniques collide in “Jiha Moon: Double Welcome, Most Everyone’s Mad Here,” an exhibition suffused with both satirical whimsy and contemporary relevance. The show, at the American University Museum, […]

 We are honored to announce Stanford University has awarded a significant commission for the new Bass Biology Building to experimental media artist Gail Wight. The commission is a large scale photo-collage, approximately 600 square feet, titled Pacific Cadence. The installation will coincide with the opening of the bullding Fall 2018.   The photo-collage extends across the Entry Lobby, the sliding […]

Interface Gallery Exhibit “Opening the Trap” Explores Hybrid Identities By Madeline Wells Wednesday, March 21, 2018 Nestled in Temescal Alley, Interface Gallery displays a mix of local and non-local art, putting disparate artists in conversation with each other. The gallery’s current exhibit, Opening the Trap, is a group exhibition featuring work by Diedrick Brackens, Amir […]

By Ted Loos March 13, 2018 Sarah Wagner preparing for an exhibition at the Muskegon Museum of Art. In 2014, she won a $25,000 grant from the New York-based Joan Mitchell Foundation. Credit: Muskegon Museum of Art For every Damien Hirst and Jeff Koons who are making millions from their art, there are millions of […]

17 Feb — 31 Mar 2018 at Patricia Sweetow Gallery in San Francisco, United States Joachim Bandau began painting black watercolors in 1983. The paintings embody the political, aesthetic and spiritual discourse of his 50-year career. Nuanced in technique and posture, Bandau’s watercolors require a lithe balance; conversely the repetitive hatched drawings of his earlier years were […]

Crossover: East and West By Mark Jenkins February 16, 2018   Victoria Jang, Intercontinental Migration Cranes and Planes, ceramic,14 x 23 x 12′, 2014 The four participants in the Korean Cultural Center’s “Crossover: East and West” include Korean- and American-born artists, but all share an interest in cross-cultural heritage. Victoria Jang and Jang Soon Im are ceramists, […]

Untitled / 2017 / ceramic / 8 x 8 x 7.5 inches By Alex Greenberger 07/06/17 The New York Foundation for the Arts has named its 2017 fellows and finalists for its annual grants. Ninety-five artists are being recognized in categories that range from digital and electronic arts to nonfiction literature. Each fellow receives $7,000; finalists do not get […]