Louise Bourgeois: What is the Shape of This Problem? at the USC Fisher Museum of Art features works from the 1940s to the early 2000s, including some never-exhibited pieces by the legendary artist.
In the museum’s shop, 60% of the merchandise is certified as fair trade — sourced from Asian American and Asian artists, as well as L.A.-area artists.
They had to rethink how to connect with the public. Turns out “Botticelli on Zoom” and art talks from the couch might change the way Americans get their culture fix.
The museum’s “Opening and Closing Weekend” will feature the first — and final — chance to visit an exhibit on identity, migration, race and gender from seven Asian female artists.
As project architect for the Korean American National Museum, Paul Choi brings an evolving cultural legacy home.
For the first time in its more than 80-year history, the USC Fisher Museum of Art has closed its doors. Yet the museums and galleries of USC remain conduits to the arts for many.
The Pasadena museum turned its parking lot into a drive-thru donation center to protect Keck Medicine of USC health care staff on the pandemic’s front line.
With four museums and 11 galleries, USC offers an unexpectedly diverse look at the history—and future—of art in L.A.
A visionary and creative museum curator, Montagano comes from the Skirball Cultural Center in Los Angeles, where she served as senior curator.
The making of the colorful sand mandala and then its destruction is a ritual symbolizing the impermanent nature of life.