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“The groups’ action has been carefully organized, effectively executed and persistent, as any protest that’s going to work must be.” — Holland Cotter, art critic, The New York Times On Saadiyat Island, just off the coast of Abu Dhabi, branches of iconic cultural...
By J. Livy Li April 8, 2021, fNews Magazine | After the MoCA show’s cancellation, and after the Atlanta shooting, Todd Ayoung of the Godzilla art collective searches for solidarity.
Godzilla: Asian American Arts Network 1990–2001 is a comprehensive anthology of writings, art projects, publications, correspondence, organizational documents, and other archival ephemera from the trailblazing Asian artist collective.
Antonio Serna, Todd Ayoung, Aurora P. Robinson Screening and Discussion at Triangle Arts, NYC July 28 at 7pm Triangle, New York hosts Antonio Serna of artists of color bloc and Todd Ayoung of Pratt Social Practice, to facilitate a debriefing discussion along with...
September 26, 2020 | ISSUU. Library and the Fine Art of Camouflage. An installation within the bookshelves at the Tompkins County Library.
Todd Ayoung met Curlee Raven Holton when they were fellows on an NEA Fellowship, and their ensuing collaboration led them to explore common ideas about art and disenfranchisement.