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Suzanne Lacy @ SFMOMA & YBCA

First-ever career retrospective for a pioneering feminist/social practice artist. Elaine O'Brien reports.

Dilexi: the Early Years @ Brian Gross

The early years of SF's Beat-era avant-garde. Terri Cohn reports.

Blackness & Belonging @ BAMPFA

Ideas on how blackness can be represented by museums. Maria Porges reports.

Nathan Cordero @ Verge

24 June 2019

Art fashioned from the detritus of urban life. Julia Couzens reports.

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David Hockney’s Yosemite @ Monterey Museum of Art

23 June 2019

Electric visions of an iconic landscape. David M. Roth reports.

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Coffee, Rhum, Sugar & Gold @ MoAD

08 June 2019

The saga of colonial-era "triangular trade" continues. Ziying Duan reports.

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Landscape Interrupted: Rodney McMillian + Richard T. Walker

07 June 2019

Artists interject sound to better understand nature. George Philip LeBourdais reports.

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Rina Banerjee @ San Jose Museum of Art

04 June 2019

Unwieldy, chimeric art that speaks of globalization’s corrupting impact. Soraya Murray reports.

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Tradition Interrupted @ Bedford

02 June 2019

Affirmations of identity that describe a world in flux. David M. Roth reports.

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Gonzalo Fuenmayor @ Dolby Chadwick

22 May 2019

Drawings that reflect the stubborn residue of colonialism. Maria Porges reports.

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Richard Jackson @ Crocker

20 May 2019

Mining art history to remake painting. David M. Roth reports.

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Monir Farmanfarmaian & Camille Utterback @ Haines

10 May 2019

Two very different artists draw from a common source: abstract painting. Mikko Lautamo reports.

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M. Louise Stanley @ KALA

09 May 2019

Classical and religious themes painted from a feminist perspective. Maria Porges reports.

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