Treasures from the Amazon jungle. Mark Van Proyen reports.
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Beat-Era master rediscovered. Natasha Boas reports.
Two exhibitions bookend the history of landscape photography. Mark Van Proyen reports.
A retrospective of a leader of the Bay Area underground art scene.
A master of irony decades before Postmodernism made it an essential condition of art.
His paintings functioned like philosophical echo chambers.
Art that glorified the industrial might of the “American Century.”
An artist’s deep affinity with the world’s oceans, expressed in a multi-media installation.
Choice selections from two leading mid-20th century figurative painters. Mark Van Proyen reports.
Art that unmasks the inner workings of the security state. Mark Van Proyen reports.
A poetic (and decidedly nonlinear) survey of 200 years of Bay Area art. Maria Porges reports.
A penetrating look at African-American girlhood from (literally) many angles. Mark Van Proyen reports.
The year’s most memorable shows.
A retrospective look at one of the 20th century’s most influential artists. Mark Van Proyen Reports.
A tribute to one of the Bay Area’s most iconic artists. Barbara Morris reports.
Montalvo’s grounds become an outdoor stage for sound installations by leading avant-garde composers.