SFAI fellow and painter Sue Williams discusses her abstract works whose bright colors and cartoonish shapes belie a sharp, confrontational engagement with politics and sexuality.
THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED. WE APOLOGIZE FOR THE INCONVENIENCE.
In this upcoming VAS and Temporary Structures lecture, artist Mungo Thomson talks about his humorous, conceptually driven work that riffs on art-world figures, pop culture, science, and mysticism.
With editorial director Amy Scholder, Cynthia Carr talks about her new biography about controversial and seminal art-world figure David Wojnarowicz.
SFAI teaching fellow Judie Bamber discusses her meticulously rendered drawings and paintings exploring issues of gender representation and personal biography in this lecture.
Rashaad Newsome discusses how he remixes hip-hop culture and historical traditions in his work to explore African American and queer culture, power dynamics, and social status.
In this lecture, visual artist and filmmaker Brent Green talks about his rickety folk-punk style, in which he applies new technologies to staunchly DIY roots.
Coinciding with the opening of the Walter and McBean Galleries' exhibition Living in Studio Kuchar, this program will feature film screenings and other activities throughout the SFAI campus.
Thomas Eggerer was born in Munich, Germany and studied painting at the Art Academy in Munich, and was a member of the artists' collective Group Material.
Poet and cultural critic Wayne Koestenbaum discusses his latest book, The Anatomy of Harpo Marx (UC Press, 2012), a luxuriant, detailed play-by-play account of Harpo Marx's physical movements as captured on screen.
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