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The 2018-2020 Mexicali Biennial takes the mythical origins of California as instigation and theme.
The four artists in this exhibition comprise The Berman Board, a think-tank formed in 2017 to consider the future of 11 objects gifted to Fiona Connor by Jane Berman.
The Winter Office is an artistic and professional work group of artists, curators, architects, designers, and social scientists with ties to Copenhagen, Denmark.
Club SCUM is a platform that welcomes everyone and provides queer Latinx youth a space to gather, create, dance, sweat, feel safe, and transcend the routines of everyday life.
An under-recognized painter and innovator of mid-20th century experimental cinema, Sara Kathryn Arledge (1911-1998) was a prolific artist who emphasized the eerie in the mundane and the disorienting in the beautiful.
In Mi Casa Es Su Casa, Sandra de la Loza interrogates historic photographs of her own Mexican American family to address issues of power, memory, and history through the concept of home.