Founded in 1946, UNICEF was created by the United Nations General Assembly to assist children in countries that had been impacted by World War II providing emergency food and healthcare. After seven decades of humanitarian relief, the vision of the famed non-profit expanded and engaged in a dialogue with a younger and socially conscious demographic […]
Celebrating SMMoA’s 10 Years of INCOGNITO with Dr. V. Joy Simmons
A mid-morning sun gently breaks and casts an incandescent glow on the kaleidoscopic stained glass doors leading into the home of Dr. V. Joy Simmons.
Artworks for the Cure
In the spirit of the holidays, Installation Magazine is proud to partner with the TJ Martell Foundation, the music industry’s largest foundation that funds innovative research to find the cure for cancer, leukemia and AIDS. Each year the Foundation hosts Artworks for the Cure, an auction with an extensive roster of artists working in mediums like photography […]
Artworks for the Cure: Bringing the Artworld Together
There are very few places like the Barker Hangar. While the sound of jets taking off and landing overhead never goes away, the massive space is very much like a chameleon. With a few coats of paint, a change in lighting design and the construction of walls the space can become a sound stage to […]