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The Los Angeles Times reviews "Stories of Almost Everyone" co-curated by MACP alumnus Ikec

It takes a striptease to enliven 'Stories of Almost Everyone' at the Hammer Museum By Christopher Knight Wall labels, catalog essays, audio guides, critical reviews, gallery docents, press releases — the interpretive apparatus that grows up around Conceptually-based art in museums can be a dreadful subject for an exhibition. Organized navel gazing is usually an unattractive sight. And so it turns out to be in “Stories of Almost Everyone,” an extravaganza of excessive self-contemplation newly opened at the UCLA Hammer Museum. The show assembles art objects that reside within a context of heavy institutional mediation, given the nature of the work. More here.

ARTnews Magazine selects MACP panel discussion "On Black Performance" as one of 9 art even

9 Art Events to Attend in New York City This Week By the Editors of ARTnews Talk: “On Black Performance” at School of Visual Arts The artist Pope.L once said there is “no other ontology than the stage, staging, and being staged.” With this quote in mind, the School of Visual Arts is bringing together three artists (NIC Kay, Jaamil Olawale Kosoko, and Will Rawls) and a curator (Nana Adusei-Poku) to discuss the idea of blackness as a performance, in both the art world and outside it. Topics to be considered include how black performance artists can think about being hyper-visible to an audience and ways that this type of work draws on a history of black bodies being treated as spectacles. Sch

China Academy of Art and National Institute of Art/Education invite MACP Chair Steven Henry Madoff t

Panel 21: Art / Education in the 21st Century Symposium March 26–27, 2018 National Art Museum of China 1 Wusi Dajie East District Beijing China Since the National Academy of Art was established in 1928, the predecessor of the China Art Academy (CAA), this academy has witnessed a multitude of transformation in its navigation. For the past ninety years, the academy has focused on the preservation of its great tradition, whilst opening itself to a new era through art movements. Upholding and unfolding its advocation of “multimodal-interactivity” and “harmony in diversity”; it has consistently led the pioneering journey of Chinese Art as a whole with its relentless spirit of exploration

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