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A retrospective look at an iconic Bay Area painter, musician and filmmaker. Soraya Murray reports.
A newly renovated waterfront structure is SFAI’s second “home.”
Mel Ziegler’s Flag Exchange transforms the gallery at SFAI into a political Rothko Chapel. Lawrence Gipe reports.
Trade a diamond ring for the archive of Mexico’s most revered architect? David M. Roth reports
Two exhibitions pay tribute to one of SF’s greatest conceptualists.
The visceral histrionics of altered space and frozen time: mesmerizing, toxic, known and unknowable. Julia Couzens reports.
“The Terrible Uncertainty of the Thing Described” forces us to feel the terrible power of technology, a power usually concealed behind friendly veneers.
Cape’s “social sculpture” highlights the aesthetic sense and communal leanings of America’s earliest utopians.
The year’s MFA grads turned in a memorable performance.
A weekend party, art festival and month-long series of artist lectures you won’t want to miss.
A look behind temporary public spaces – including SFAI’s Walter and McBean Galleries.
Combining body art and civil disobedience, Lin Yilin explores Chinese-American history and globalization — from the ground up.
Sikander’s densely layered compositions and videos, rooted in contrast and incongruity, subvert the notion of a singular, fixed identity, bearing witness to a fast-shifting world.
A champion of pioneering Bay Area conceptualists.
Our final excerpt of Mark Van Proyen’s novel-in-progress. Theda takes to the dance floor. Nerves fray.