Ruth Asawa

Lisa Congdon's wistful portraits celebrate Kara Walker, Louise Bourgeois and more.
While Iwan Wirth describes the heart of the Hauser & Wirth enterprise as "a family business," it's no denying the gallery has considerable resources at its disposal.
Revolution in the Making. Photo by EMS. HSW comes complete with an on-site bookshop called Artbook, a cafe restaurant called
12. Karen Karnes New York City-born Karen Karnes is most famous for her stoneware ceramics, influenced by her training in
"Asawa's work was viewed as a variant of weaving or basket-making for a very long time," says Todd Levin, director of the
Ruth Asawa, one of California's most admired sculptors and the first Asian American woman in the nation to achieve recognition
Today at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, a new installation in our 20th century galleries is brimming with great works by women. These range from a Miriam Schapiro "femmage" to one of Susan Rothenberg's breakthrough horse paintings of the mid-1970s.
Asawa remarkably harbors no ill will regarding the injustices she was forced to endure at the time: "I hold no hostilities
During the beginning of my freshman year, the carbonated citrus drink Orangina was big on campus. When I had extra change
My favorite was Pabst, a boxer mix adopted by Miles Egstad of Citrus Heights, California, who won the title several years