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visual artists | Aug 1st, 2017

“We can’t erase this history. We have to know it.” Titus Kaphar’s New TED Talk Uses Art to Amend the Past

Titus Kaphar is a painter and sculptor, best known for his TIME Magazine portrait of Ferguson protestors, and for The Jerome Project, in which he explores the volume of black men trapped in the criminal justice system. In Kaphar’s TED Talk (released today), he applies an on-the-spot amendment to a... Continue Reading →
visual artists | Apr 28th, 2017

Shifting Focus in Art and Life: Titus Kaphar Receives a Standing Ovation at TED 2017

“Painting is a visual language where everything is meaningful, important, and coded,” says new speaker Titus Kaphar in his TED Talk, which brought the Vancouver audience to its feet. How can we amend our visual intelligence? With no small amount of dynamism, Kaphar shows how we can acknowledge our... Continue Reading →
visual artists | Jul 13th, 2016

Candy Chang’s Installations at Athens’ Onassis Cultural Centre

Candy Chang’s participatory art installations, including the wildly popular “Before I Die,” (called “one of the most creative community projects ever” by The Atlantic) are now on display at the Onassis Cultural Centre in Athens, Greece. Her works, which began their Athens run with “School of the... Continue Reading →