Enrique Chagoya’s latest Stanford exhibition explores ethnicity and immigration

Enrique Chagoya’s latest Stanford exhibition explores ethnicity and immigration

The exhibition’s title is “Detention at the Border of Language.” My name is Enrique Chagoya. I am a professor here in the Department of Art and Art History. And I am an artist. [MUSIC PLAYING] I don’t like talking about the specific narratives in my specific works because they’re a little bit open to the…Continue reading Enrique Chagoya’s latest Stanford exhibition explores ethnicity and immigration

Frank Auerbach: Introduction to the exhibition

Welcome to The Courtauld Gallery’s latest exhibition Frank Auerbach, London Building Sites 1952-62. The exhibition unites for the first time Auerbach’s remarkable series of London building site paintings, which he produced during a period when London was emerging from the debris of the Second World War. Today, Auerbach is generally considered to be one of…Continue reading Frank Auerbach: Introduction to the exhibition

Target Book Exhibition ft. Peter Capaldi | Doctor Who: The Fan Show

Target Book Exhibition ft. Peter Capaldi | Doctor Who: The Fan Show

Deborah Watling and Bernard Bresslaw. Watling and Bresslaw. One night only. The Doctor Who novelizations by Target Books have been adored by fans of all ages. And the novels would not be complete without the stunning art that goes with them. We’ve come to the Cartoon Museum in Central Lodnon where for the first time…Continue reading Target Book Exhibition ft. Peter Capaldi | Doctor Who: The Fan Show

Councillor Penny Hulse visits ‘Are We There Yet?’  – Auckland Museum

Councillor Penny Hulse visits ‘Are We There Yet?’ – Auckland Museum

So much bravery, so many women’s lives that have been dedicated to making change, and you can’t help but think as you walk around how far we’ve still got to go and we have to dignify the work of these women by keeping the battle going. I just watched the Gaylene Preston short film where…Continue reading Councillor Penny Hulse visits ‘Are We There Yet?’ – Auckland Museum