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.
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Interview
Ann Pibal
on DBLSNK, 2007
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Interview
James Esber
on Bouquet, 2004
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Interview
Jonathan Seliger
on Home, 1996
Essay
Adam Tinkle
on Terry Adkins
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Essay
Fatou Kandé Senghor
on Filmmaking in Senegal
Essay
Taina Cotto ’20 & Katie Coggins ’20
on Carrie Mae Weems
Video
Interview
David Brooks
on Stress Tests: Un-Sites No. 1-2 & 3-5 (homage to Gordon), 2013
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Tim Rollins and K.O.S.
on Winterreise (songs XX-XXIV) (after Schubert)
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Interview
Julian LaVerdiere
on Lost Cornerstone, 2003
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Natalie Frank
on In the Hall, 2009
Video
Whiting Tennis
on the Unconscious Line
Video
Interview
Jeffrey Gibson
on Inspiration from Corita Kent
Essay
Barbara Black
on Yinka Shonibare MBE’s Reimagining of Dorian Gray
Essay
Bernardo Ramirez Rios
on Sister Corita Kent & Chicano/a Art in Los Angeles
Video
Interview
Willie Cole
on To get to the other side, 2001
Essay
Rachel Seligman
on Atong Atem
Essay
Sophie Heath ’18
on Fred Wilson
Essay
Rebecca McNamara
on Willie Cole
Video
Essay
Ana-Joel Falcón-Wiebe
on Curating Inhabited Landscapes: Bougault’s Algeria
Essay
Video
Caridad Svich
on Johannes VanDerBeek’s Ruins
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Interview
Joan Snyder
on Waiting for a Miracle (for Nina and John), 1986
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Essay
Amber N. Wiley
on Carrie Mae Weems
Essay
Video
Silvia Forni
on Asafo Flags
Video
Interview
Beverly Semmes
on Famous Twins, 1993
Video
Interview
Elger Esser
on 140, Saint Malo
Essay
Ian Berry
on Paula Wilson’s Data Unloaded, 2008
Essay
Isolde Brielmaier
on Zanele Muholi
Essay
Sami Israel ’19 & Teague Costello ’19
on George Osodi
Essay
Joseph Underwood
on Omar Victor Diop
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Pattern by Abby Fuess ’18
Inspired by the exhibition Other Side: Art, Object, Self
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.