Oct

17

The Rediscovery of Photographer Seydou Keïta

Seydou Keïta captured Bamako life at the turn of colonialism in Mali. Keïta’s story is mythic and rich, as is that of his art and photography, as both rose to remarkable international fame.

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Sep

12

Dorothea Lange and the Making of “Migrant Mother”

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Follow the rich history and compelling story of Dorothea Lange’s iconic and lasting portrait of Florence Thompson, more famously known as “Migrant Mother.”

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Jun

10

Cindy Sherman: Before the Selfie

Before cell phones and selfies, American artist Cindy Sherman influenced the world with her monumental and ongoing series of self-portraiture.

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May

10

From Mississippi to Mullholland: Must See Art at the Skirball

“Breach of Peace” captures the spirit of conviction and gave me goosebumps from the moment I walked in until hours after leaving. I highly recommend this to visitors of all ages and encourage teachers to incorporate it in their classrooms. After all, it could empower a new generation with teenage mentors whom we can all look up to.

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