Dr. Jim Grebl, Manager of Library and Archives, discusses Paintings in Copper.
Jason Lazarus is a conceptual photographer whose diverse body of work includes Phase I, a collection of signs from the Occupy movement found online and replicated down to every last bend, tear, and letter in community workshops.
The National Portrait Gallery's Warren Perry discusses an 1866 painting of William Tecumseh Sherman by George Peter Alexander Healy. "War is war and not popularity-seeking." With these words to his Confederate opponent at Atlanta, General William T.
Cambodian artist Sopheap Pich's A Room fills the Efroymson Family Entrance Pavilion with nearly 1,200 real and artificial bamboo strips extending 40 feet from the atrium's ceiling to floor.
Celebrated video artist Alex Bag inhabits tropes of mass culture to split them at the seams. This latest video for MOCAtv presents Bag's collaboration with Patterson Beckwith, a public access television show that aired from 1994-1997, and features in-depth interview with the artist.