Welcome to the Tang Teaching Museum’s online collection.
Explore the collection through new writings, videos, and creative responses from faculty, students, curators, and artists.
Essay
Vanishing Point
by Melora Wolff
Interview
Essay
Josh Faught
on Adding Flair to Sadness
Essay
John S. Weber
on Joachim Schmid’s Archiv
Interview
Essay
Shifting Poses
with Geoffrey Chadsey
Essay
Lara Ayad
on Wangechi Mutu
Essay
Ruth Opara
on Nigerian Clay Pots
Essay
David Karp
on Deborah Luster’s One Big Self: Prisoners of Louisiana
Visual Response
Interview
Reimaging Erica
Sarah Sweeney Responds to Joachim Schmid’s Archiv
Essay
Jess Lincoln ’20
on E. J. Bellocq
Essay
Ryan Richard Overbey
on Yun-Fei Ji
Essay
Jada James ’18
on James Barnor
Essay
Tom Yoshikami
on William Kentridge
Essay
Sarah DiPasquale
on Celebrating Difference and Seeking Pleasure Through Integrative Dance
Essay
Hayman
by Melora Wolff
Essay
Jane Cole
on Kara Walker
Essay
Visual Response
Daesha Devón Harris
on Tending Our Mothers’ Gardens
Essay
Molly Channon
on Wangechi Mutu
Essay
Erica Wojcik
on Glenn Ligon
Interview
Renee Cox
on Representation and Demolishing Stereotypes
Interview
About Black Joy
Daesha Devón Harris, Luis Jimenez Inoa, and Kambui Olujimi on Family Photos
Essay
Ten Frames of Carl Van Vechten
by Caryl Phillips
Essay
Beck Krefting
on Empathic Looking
Essay
Metamorphosis
A New Dance by Jason Ohlberg
Interview
Dario Robleto
on Sampling & Manipulating Objects into Art
Essay
John Corbett
on Sun Ra Archive
Video
Paula Wilson
interview by Serena Hildebrandt ’20 and Lindsey Poremba ’18
Video
Nicole Eisenman
on Ecole d'Abjéct, 2006
Interview
Lari Pittman
on Painting, Language, and Identity
Essay
Molly Channon
on Corita Kent’s G O greatest show of worth, 1968
Video
Interview
Miguel A. Aragón
on Printmaking & Depicting Death in a Border City
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Pattern by Erin Barry ’16
Inspired by the exhibition The Jewel Thief
The Tang Pattern Project celebrates the Museum’s 20th anniversary. Organized by Head of Design Jean Tschanz-Egger, past and current Tang Design Interns created patterns inspired by the Museum’s exhibition and event history.