Mike Schreiber has photographed some big names in hip-hop music, but he doesn’t get caught up in the glitz and glam. His latest exhibition opens at Hagedorn Foundation Gallery on Saturday, July 9, 2011, as part of the National Black Arts Festival (NBAF). Since publishing his book, Schreiber has received a lot of attention from [...]
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The College Art Association (CAA) held its Annual Conference at Chicago’s Hyatt Regency Hotel on February 10-13, 2010. Reporter Becky Bivens brings the conference home to you. This year’s College Art Association Annual Conference made me want to take my panties off in public. Not because it turned me on, but rather because it promoted [...]
Dawoud Bey’s traveling show Class Pictures—An Exhibition of Photography features large-scale snapshots of American high school students … and not a lot more. Sentimental and not particularly original, the photographs themselves simply brush the surface of an overdone subject without irony or innovation.