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Art Practical | Apr 24, 2011

Interview with Guillermo Gomez-Pena

How do you deal with the fact that we have been fully accepted by academia, and theorized about, and taught, and therefore de-fanged?   

Art Practical | Apr 17, 2011

Interview with Jonn Herschend

That's a goal of mine: to create a theatrical moment without the guise of theatre.   

Art Practical | Apr 03, 2011

Hiding in Plain Sight

These days surveillance gets a lot of play in San Francisco. But for street cred, it's hard to beat artist Hasan Elahi, who was detained at the airport and turned over to the FBI for six months of interrogation in 2002. His work is part of the current exhibition at Intersection 5M.   

Art Practical | Mar 31, 2011

La Llorona Unfabled: Stories to (Re)tell To Little Girls

On view at Galería de la Raza, La Llorona Unfabled utilizes this parable to re-examine Latina archetypes and posit strong, confident, if still melancholic, subjects.   

Art Practical | Mar 20, 2011

E is for Everyone: Celebrating Sister Corita

The exhibition presents a selection of key works from the late 1960s, perhaps Corita's most fertile studio period, together with two exemplars from the early and late '70s, respectively. Although they total less than twenty, the exuberantly color-rich, text-driven prints are arguably compelling enough to hold the space.   

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