Professor Devan Shimoyama is included in the group show “The Hoodie,” an exhibition exploring the role of a fashion garment as a socio-political carrier.
The National Gallery of Art is the first American art museum to invite teams of data scientists and art historians to analyze, contextualize, and visualize their permanent collection data.
Chen’s video installation, “Expose Her” is a portal into the secret life of a woman who creates an alter-ego after a traumatic event.
John Currin: My Life as a Man and Jessica Vaughn: In Polite English One Disagrees by First Agreeing continue through December 22.
We are excited to get to know our vibrant and dynamic new first year class—who come from all across the US and from five countries around the world—along with six phenomenal new MFA candidates.
Featuring Anya Clarke & Mitsuko Verdery, Kalup Linzy, Jongwoo Jeremy Kim, Jaume Plensa, Amanda Ross-Ho, and Tschabalala Self
Isla Hansen uses sculpture, installation, and performance to reinterpret and complicate the body’s relationship to technology.
Through their longstanding collaborative practice, Bishop-Root and Stringer engage with the ways art exists within a local context.
Katherine Hubbard uses photography, writing, and performance to examine photography’s continuing significance.
CMU awarded Alisha B. Wormsley a two-year Presidential Postdoctoral Fellowship, and Everest Pipkin will join the faculty as a visiting assistant professor.