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Professor included in survey of great women painters publication

Congratulations to Professor Shiva Ahmadi who has been included in Phaidon Press’ new book Great Women Painters

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Alum in group show at the Nelson Atkins Museum of Art

Hong Chun Zhang (M.F.A., ‘04) has been included in a group show “Found in Translation: Explorations by 8 Contemporary Artists” at Nelson Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City, Missouri. 

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Professor Rosen in solo show at Anglim/Trimble

Professor Annabeth Rosen’s new solo show “Into the Deep” takes a look at some of her latest works.

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Graduate student in Gallery 2727 group show

The cooperative art space Gallery 2727 is presenting a fall group show featuring the work of first year M.F.A. candidate Elaine Nguyen.

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Jessica Segall
Teaching Artist in Residence
The California Studio

Jessica Segall is a multi-disciplinary artist based in Brooklyn, NY. Her work is often sited in hostile and threatened landscapes. By embedding her work in these sites, she plays with the risk of engaging with the environment and the vulnerability of the environment itself. She has exhibited internationally, most recently at the Fries Museum, The Coreana Museum of Art and The Havana Biennal.

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Xu Bing
Spotlight Artist in Residence
The California Studio

Xu Bing is a visual artist internationally recognized for his experiments with written script. Xu garnered international attention in the late 1980s for his experiments with the Chinese written script created using woodblock carving and printing to produce a series of nonsensical characters. Since then, Xu has explored the ways in which the written script bridges different systems of writing and engages audiences across different cultures.

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Christina Quarles
2023 Betty Jean and Wayne Thiebaud Endowed Lecture

Christina Quarles is a painter whose work questions assumptions and beliefs surrounding identity and the human figure.

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Tarrah Krajnak
Visiting Artist Lecture Series

Tarrah Krajnak (b. 1979) was born in Lima, Peru. Her photographs are in collections including the Centre Pompidou and Museum Ludwig. Her book El Jardín De Senderos Que Se Bifurcan (2021) was named to the Museum of Modern Art’s inaugural list of 10 photo books of the year. Her work has been published and reviewed in Aperture, Artforum and New York Review of Books.

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