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18
Sep

Uncovering the History of Sound Art

Judy Dunaway is an artist and educator whose new article, “The Forgotten 1979 Museum of Modern Art Sound Art Exhibition” was featured in the debut edition of Resonance: The Journal of Sound …

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25
Aug

The Rhetorics of Contagion and Normality

During the early twentieth century, Brazilian photographer Augusto Malta produced a vast archive of photographs of Rio de Janeiro. Through this archive Malta explored two sides of the city: on one hand, …

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13
Aug

Ruth Asawa Postage Stamps

On August 13, 2020, the United States Postal Service released postage stamps showcasing ten sculptures of Ruth Asawa. Several of these sculptures are also included in the second edition of The Sculpture …

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10
Jul

The Troll Does Not Sleep Tonight

By Janet Kraynak, author of Contemporary Art and the Digitization of Everyday Life (coming November 2020) The image of a darkened White House from several weeks ago, while screams of protest clamored …

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29
Jun

Pride Month: Queer Art and Music

From the earliest marches in 1970 to this month’s events around the Bay Area and the world, Pride has celebrated and commemorated the LGBTQ community’s culture and heritage for over 40 years. …

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