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William Pope L. At Santa Monica Museum Of Art, Micol Hebron Nov 2007

William Pope L. At Santa Monica Museum Of Art, Micol Hebron

Art Faculty Articles and Research

This article focuses on William Pope's three part installation Art After White People: Trees, Time & Celluloid.


Elizabeth Tremante At Central Utah Art Center, Micol Hebron Nov 2007

Elizabeth Tremante At Central Utah Art Center, Micol Hebron

Art Faculty Articles and Research

This article focuses on painter Elizabeth Tremante and her exhibit that showcases art of the discord between urban and rural viewpoints.


Vija Celmins At The Hammer Museum, Micol Hebron Jul 2007

Vija Celmins At The Hammer Museum, Micol Hebron

Art Faculty Articles and Research

This article focuses on Vija Celmins drawings and photography that deals with the theme of finding one's place in the universe.


Wack! Art And The Feminist Revolution At Moca, Micol Hebron May 2007

Wack! Art And The Feminist Revolution At Moca, Micol Hebron

Art Faculty Articles and Research

This article focuses on an art exhibit featuring works of feminist art throughout the 1960s and 1970s.


Incendiary Postcard Art, Micol Hebron Mar 2007

Incendiary Postcard Art, Micol Hebron

Art Faculty Articles and Research

This article explores Susan Stilton's art project of mailing postcards with messages from the American military in Iraq and colors coordinated to terror alert levels.


Review Of Paul Pfeiffer At Mc Kunst, Micol Hebron Mar 2007

Review Of Paul Pfeiffer At Mc Kunst, Micol Hebron

Art Faculty Articles and Research

This article focuses on Pfeiffer's "Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse" series as they explore notions of spectacle and spectatorship.


Dark Skate, Lia Halloran Jan 2007

Dark Skate, Lia Halloran

Art Faculty Creative Works – Exhibitions

"The ten photographs on view were taken at night in various Los Angeles locations ranging from spaces appropriated by skateboarders, such as the Los Angeles River, to skate parks and backyard ramps.

The works blur the boundaries of photography and become self-portraits and drawings as well as records of performances. Light is used to form the drawing line while HALLORAN skateboards at night through different venues. The resulting images are each a trajectory of the artist’s movements over time. The photographs pair urban environments with lines of light which behave as physical objects or break apart into flurries of ...