Selections from the Dr. Eugene Rogolsky Collection March 9-May 10, 2019 USC Fisher Museum of Art is pleased to present Suppression, Subversion and the Surreal: The… Read more »
Join us for a walkthrough of “Staged Meaning/Meaning Staged” led by Assistant Curator Madelyne Gordon.
Join Cuban artist, Alejandro Díaz-Perera and Missouri native, Cara Megan Lewis (Díaz Lewis) as they talk about their social activist pillow project.
Thursday, February 21, 1 pm Meet Los Angeles artist Karla Klarin, who depicts expressionist cityscape paintings.
Opening January 22, 2019 “Staged Meaning/Meaning Staged” is an exhibition that honors our donors over the last 80 years – since Fisher’s founding at USC… Read more »
The Fisher Museum would like to honor artist Ofri Cnaani, who exhibited The Sota Project at Fisher in the Fall of 2012. The Sota Project… Read more »
“I prefer to photograph the man in a more dignified manner, independently of the injustices.” – Graciela Iturbide (Art21 2015) Graciela Iturbide, one of Mexico’s… Read more »
Series of fifteen untitled works, 2002-2005, acrylic on canvas, collection of the USC Fisher Museum of Art, gift of the artist. Photo by Magnus Stark.… Read more »
As women’s history month comes to a close, the Fisher Museum would like to honor our only female artist-in-residence, Jessica Cuautle. Cuautle has been training… Read more »
For 17 years, Blacklist by Jenny Holzer has entertained many passers-by and preserved the memory of those who were questioned in the controversial hearings by… Read more »