The early years of SF’s Beat-era avant-garde. Terri Cohn reports.
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An wide-ranging look at the mechanisms that govern human life. Glen Helfand reports.
Two artists use everyday objects to break down barriers. Maria Porges reports.
A retrospective for the quintessential San Francisco artist. Mark Van Proyen reports.
The distance between concept and execution, says the artist, is what makes a painting “a contemporary object.”
A rundown of the the most memorable exhibits of 2015, including J.M.W. Turner, Robert Hudson, All Farrow, Jay DeFeo and more.
Hayes builds a visual language that is rooted in the past, but utterly unique. David M. Roth reports.
A sampling from a massively influential career and, quite possibly, the most important show you’ll see in 2015.
Works on paper illuminate important facets of this massively influential SF artist’s career.
He created works that transcended self-consciousness to reveal a world of pure spirit. Mark Van Proyen reports on this superbly chosen retrospective.
Are we witnessing a deep rethinking of the historical enterprise of abstract painting? Mark Van Proyen investigates.
Does abstraction have a viable “third path,” between the poles of Impressionist “opticality” and Symbolist introspection? Mark Van Proyen reports.