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Summer of Love @ de Young

Summer of '67: When the "axis of cultural authority," tilted (briefly) toward SF. John Held, Jr. reports.

Lynn Aldrich & Sabina Ott @ Bedford

Two artists use everyday objects to break down barriers. Maria Porges reports.

Adam Feibelman @ Guerrero

A wide-angle look at the history of migration. Tamsin Smith & Matt Gonzalez report.

Crocker Marks 75th Anniversary of the Japanese Internment

21 April 2017

Exhibit examines a shameful chapter of U.S. history. David M. Roth reports.

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Vanessa Marsh @ Dolby Chadwick

10 April 2017

Photograms conjure astral visions, intimating the sublime. Maria Porges reports.

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Marco Maggi & Jutta Haeckel @ Hosfelt

10 April 2017

Two artists, two ways of seeing.

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Linda Fleming @ Brian Gross

31 March 2017

Fleming's sculpture reflects patterns embedded in human consciousness, replicated throughout the universe.

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Cary Leibowitz @ Contemporary Jewish Museum

27 March 2017

A colorful world of humorous gay/Jewish self-loathing expressed in pithy one-liners. Maria Porges reports.

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Bob Matthews @ Gregory Lind

22 March 2017

A battery of techniques undergirds an artist’s drive to reimagine pictorial space.

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Carrying the Flag: Mel Ziegler @ SFAI

20 March 2017

Mel Ziegler’s Flag Exchange transforms the gallery at SFAI into a political Rothko Chapel. Lawrence Gipe reports.

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Jiayi and Shih-Wen Young @ Pence

16 March 2017

Artists show how virally propagated lies sicken the body politic. Mikko Lautamo reports.

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Hippie Modernism @ BAMPFA

06 March 2017

The struggle for utopia, as envisioned by counterculture artists, designers, architects and eco-communards. Marcia Tanner reports.

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Diane Arbus: “In the Beginning” @ SFMOMA

01 March 2017

A cavalcade of new and bizarre subjects made for an uncanny esthetic of discovery. Mark Van Proyen reports.

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