The Center for Art, Design and Visual Culture (CADVC) is a non-profit organization dedicated to organizing comprehensive exhibitions, the publication of catalogs, CDs, DVDs, and books on the arts, and educational and community outreach projects. The Center’s programs serve as a forum for exploring the social and aesthetic issues of the day.

Recent Submissions

  • ⌘Z: Artists Working With Phenomena And Technology 

    Moren, Lisa
    8-9. Ingrid Bachman, The Portable Sublime, 2003; 10. Ingrid Bachman, Symphony for 54 Shoes, 2006; 11-18. Ingrid Bachman, The Portable Sublime, 2003; 19-23. Nina Katchadourian, Talking Popcorn, 2001; 24. Nina Katchadourian, ...
  • Fred Wilson: Objects and Installations, 1979-2000 

    Berger, Maurice (Center for Art and Visual Culture, 2001)
    Fred Wilson: Objects and Installations, 1979-2000 explores the artist’s sustained aesthetic inquiry into the relationship between art and the museum. Wilson’s “mock” museum installations, into which he places provocative ...
  • Adrian Piper: A Retrospective 

    Berger, Maurice (Fine Arts Gallery, University of Maryland Baltimore County, 1999)
    One of the most influential artists of her generation, Adrien Piper has produced an exceptionally impressive body of work spanning a period of over thirty years. She played a formative role in the emergence of Conceptual ...