Painting as “a vessel of accumulated experience.”
Career retrospective for a wizard of electronic sculpture. Soraya Murray reports.
The human face of climate change. David M. Roth reports.
Can a mobile teahouse help build community? Taro Hattori intends to find out. Interview by David M. Roth
A preview of what’s ahead for CJM — from one of SF’s most esteemed curators.
“We’ve been able to build up the market in SF, introduce new blood and create an impetus to look, research and buy.”
“I have an affinity for sacred places that are made by hand and heart, that are in our imagination and not in our immediate understanding.”
One of SF’s most celebrated artists, Oropallo further expands the frontier of digital painting.
Photojournalist Robyn Twomey covered the medical marijuana industry. The patients, she found, were the real story.
Robert Ortbal’s sculptures explore essences. Not actual essences, as in molecular structures, but unfathomable things: like the physical structure of smells as they exist in psychological, emotional and sensory space.
Photographer Nigel Poor operates on the principle that the smallest, seemingly most mundane items are the very things that reveal the most about how we live and what we value.