USC Pacific Asia Museum is proud to present Off-Kilter featuring the work of Sandra Low, Keiko Fukazawa, and T. Kim-Trang Tran. On view from July 22 to September 4, 2022, the exhibition highlights the artists’ shared adventurous and experimental attitudes towards their chosen mediums and uncanny ability to address socio-political issues with immediacy, power, and pathos. Using satire and critical commentary, their work underscores the power of women of color in shaping social change.
This exhibition is possible because of the generous support of the Pasadena Art Alliance.
The Fisher museum of art is currently closed for the summer. The museum will reopen on September 9th.
Louise Bourgeois: What is the Shape of This Problem,
from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
This traveling exhibition explores the prolific drawing and writing practice of Louise Bourgeois with more that 100 works from the 1940s to the early 2000s. Although best known for her profound sculptures of monumental spiders, evocative human figures, and fleshly anthropomorphic forms, Louise Bourgeois maintained a prolific drawing and writing practice and an ongoing interest in illustrated books and printmaking throughout the course of her long career.