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UCLA Criminal Justice Law Review, Vol. 1 (2017) By Editors UCLA Criminal Justice Law Review
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The UCLA Criminal Justice Law Review (CJLR) focuses on current topics in criminal law, policy, and practice. CJLR seeks to develop a discourse regarding criminal justice by publishing articles,... More > editorials, and interviews of practitioners, academics, and policymakers. CJLR also aims to foster a community by hosting an annual symposium for students, academics, practitioners, policymakers, and judges to come together to discuss current criminal justice issues. CJLR is committed to the accessibility of its materials by making all publications available online for free. CJLR editorial board is composed of students from UCLA School of Law and functions with the support of the UCLA School of Law faculty and administration.< Less
Violated Bodies By Anya and Andrew Shiva Gallery John Jay College of Criminal Justice
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The exhibition entitled Violated Bodies: New Languages for Justice and Humanity presents the Silent Tears Project of the artist collective Blur Project, headed by Belinda Mason, the sculpture of... More > Simone Kestelman, and the multimedia work of Debbie Han, aleXsandro Palombo, and Cat Del Buono. Organized by two art historians and art critics based in higher-education institutions, Pyun and Saleeby-Mulligan have addressed socio-political issues encoded in corporal representation in their scholarly essays and pedagogical arenas. Aiming for more artistic and creative approaches to the painful issues surrounding domestic violence in a private environment and its ramifications in a public milieu, this exhibition draws attention to a lesser-known realm of disabled bodies caused by domestic violence in the works of Belinda Mason, Simone Kestelman, Debbie Han, aleXsandro Palombo, and Cat Del Buono.< Less
Weapon of Choice By Anya and Andrew Shiva Gallery John Jay College of Criminal Justice
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The artists featured in Weapon of Choice have generated a wide-ranging body of work that ponder about different types of arms; what they represent and how they affect the way we interact with our... More > opponents and alter our lives. Using a variety of media and approaches these artists consider the role of weapons in areas as diverse as domestic violence, politics, video-games, fashion and warfare.< Less
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Murder, She Said By Anya and Andrew Shiva Gallery John Jay College of Criminal Justice
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This exhibition explores why murder is so often a source of fascination—frequently inflected by irony and wry humor—in the visual arts today.
Pinned, Stitched, and Glitzed By Anya and Andrew Shiva Gallery John Jay College of Criminal Justice
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Unlike sexuality that comes from within the individual, gender role is formed through parental, peer, school and social influences. Many of our early views of life come from the first teachers we... More > encounter. Often our first taste of socially held beliefs such as girls look pretty and are passive, while boys do and are active, are provided to us at this early age. It is important for children to develop strong egos in their socialization phase that can withstand peer and social pressure and to create healthy relationships. With this exhibition largely comprised of delicately appliqued, sewn, pinned and woven works, we are challenging traditionally assigned gender roles and preconceived notions about what are and are not female or male work practices. Consequently, we hope to dispel traditional gender assignations to the work of these artists who are working with methods traditionally considered as “women’s work” because they are delicately and painstakingly produced.< Less
The Missing By Anya and Andrew Shiva Gallery John Jay College of Criminal Justice
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As the title suggests, this exhibition is about art that has in some way been destroyed and has inspired responses by several contemporary artists. Artworks, such as the defaced, pillaged... More > masterpieces of the Parthenon, stand as symbolic representations of a society’s existence and have paid the price over the eons. Defenseless in the face of conflict, they are silent victims. Just to give a few of countless recent examples: masterpieces in the Middle East and other areas where ISIS is in power are being taken or destroyed. Political upheaval in Egypt allowed, gangs of looters to steal a thousand ancient artifacts from the Malawi National Museum in Minya, Egypt in August 2013. And in February 2015, at an event titled “Art, Blasphemy and the Freedom of Expression,” in Copenhagen, Denmark, a gunman opened fire, killing one person and wounding three police officers.< Less
Of Human Bondage By Anya and Andrew Shiva Gallery John Jay College of Criminal Justice
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The title of this show is inspired by W. Somerset Maugham’s 1915 novel much of which is autobiographical and in turn, was based on Part IV of Spinoza’s Ethics. Also subtitled Strength of... More > Emotions it is about the human inability to control its emotions that results in a sort of slavery or bondage. Perhaps the most destructive of these is greed which is largely responsible for man’s inhumanity to man and many wars.< Less
The Rogues Gallery By Anya and Andrew Shiva Gallery John Jay College of Criminal Justice
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An exhibition of courtroom drawings held at the Anya and Andrew Shiva Gallery, John Jay College
GREEN HABITAT By Anya and Andrew Shiva Gallery John Jay College of Criminal Justice
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As more and bigger natural catastrophes visit our planet, sustainable or ecology-based arts are gaining ever greater importance. Ecological art respects the ecosystems of living species and their... More > environments from an ethical, social, contextual, economic and aesthetic perspective while seeking to remedy or preserve life. It is socially engaged and socially interactive, and at times even intervention-based art.< Less

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