Works by a pioneering conceptualist who died Dec 2 at age 79.
Antiquarian processes offer a unique window into nature. Renny Pritikin reports.
Familiar structures dissolve and mutate under pressure of extended scrutiny. Mark Van Proyen reviews.
Arte Povera informs an artist’s response to the pandemic. Jaimie Baron reports.
A retrospective examines the 60-year outputs of a feminist icon.
Reimagining public and private spaces and the everyday objects within. Shaelyn Haines reports.
Musical references, long a touchstone, have given way to something more closely resembling ecstatic dance.
Survey of a ceramic sculptor who broke the mold — literally.
New series extends and expands the legacy of Karl Blossfeldt. Renny Pritikin reviews.
John McMurtrie, a colleague at the SF Chronicle, remembers their friendship.
Exhibition forecasts the future with a spotlight on key works from the past 20 years.
Retrospective confirms her as one of the most important painters of her time.
Elemental concerns animate two outstanding group shows. David M. Roth reviews.
Water is the subject of the artist’s first posthumous painting show. David Roth reviews.
Artist examines how screen culture affected us during the pandemic. Renny Pritikin reviews.
His visual/verbal puns mapped the gulf between “consensus” reality and what we actually experience.