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Jennifer Doyle

Jennifer Doyle is the author of "Hold It Against Me: Difficulty and Emotion in Contemporary Art," and "Sex Objects: Art and the Dialectics of Desire." She is a Professor of English at the University of California, Riverside and Director of Queer Lab, a three-year initiative supporting sexuality studies at UCR. With Keith Harris, she co-directs the campus's Minor in LGBIT Studies (the first program of its kind in the state of California). She has been writing a feminist blog about sports since 2007.

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Soldadera: The Artist Meets Her Muse

At 127 years old, Leandra Becerra Lumbreras was the last survivor of the Mexican Revolution. Artist Nao Bustamante made a pilgrimage to her home in Jalisco, Mexico and found a muse.
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Nao Bustamante's Soldaderas, Real and Imagined

Nao Bustamante's exhibition "Soldadera" is a "speculative reenactment" of women's participation in The Mexican Revolution. ­­
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Beyond Prints: A Confrontation at L.A. Art Book Fair

A controversial print leads to a broader discussion of race and the art world at Printed Matter's Los Angeles Art Book Fair.
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The Body and the Camera: Adrià Julià on Rocky Ascending

L.A.-based artist Adrià Julià's short films, sculptures, prints, and choreographic studies attempt to pull the embodied experiences of filmmaking into his own practice.
"Incorruptible Flesh: Dissociated Sparkle," Ron Athey.
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The 'Incorruptible Flesh' of Ron Athey

The performance art of Ron Athey is rooted in the pageantry of charismatic preachers like The Foursquare Church's Aimee Semple. He performs "Incorruptible Flesh: Messianic Remains" on July 10th at Human Resources in L.A.
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Sheree Rose: A Legend of Los Angeles Performance Art

Sheree Rose, the 70-year-old legend of multiple L.A. underground scenes, returns to her role as a performance artist with a 24-hour durational work.
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The Transformative Nature of David Wojnarowicz's ITSOFOMO

"ITSOFOMO: In the Shadow of Forward Motion" is considered one of the most intense works of art produced during the years that the AIDS crisis cut through the art world.
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Lo-Fi Sci-Fi: Alexandro Segade's 'The Holo Library'

UCR ARTSblock and Queer Lab, an initiative supporting queer studies at UC Riverside, is sponsoring a performance of "The Holo Library," a play between performance art and theater, at The Culver Arts Center on April 11.
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