About: Michael C. Hsiung

I spend my days drawing, making prints, stickers, and zines; collaborating with my sister, artist Pearl Hsiung, under the Fight To The Death moniker; and doing freelance work. I'm currently working on a new exhibition, Who Cares Wins, which opens in June 2014 at the Vincent Price Art Museum.

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Hot Sauce, Be My Fiery Muse

Hot sauce / Michael Hsiung
Hot sauce + pen-and-ink = Michael Hsiung's ode to L.A. cuisine, the poster image for LA Heat: Taste Changing Condiments at the Chinese American Museum

How do you make art about Tapatío and Sriracha? First, eat many tacos… More»

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      Edgar Degas created many sketches and pastels of Ukrainian dancers in Paris, where they were a popular attraction in cabarets and theaters.

      Despite the uniqueness of Ukrainian culture, the dancers were generically called “Russian dancers,” because the majority of Ukraine was still part of the Russian Empire at the time.

      Degas’s Russian Dancers, on view through October 23

      Russian Dancers, 1899, Edgar Degas. Pastel and brush on tracing paper, 22 7/16 × 29 ½ in. Courtesy of a private collection

      05/04/16

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