Art

Why Andy Warhol Remains the Artist of Our Times

When you hear word of a new Warhol exhibit, it’s fair to…

 

24th and Bryant Will Always Belong to Galería de la Raza

A long-standing and beloved institution is under threat, the community rallies to save…

 

These Three Art Exhibits Tether the Visual to the Written Word

You never go into an art gallery to read. Of course you…

 

Know Your Street Art: LORDS’ Purple-Haired Humanoid

Anyone who knows the work of street artists Sworne and Ernest Doty…

World’s Priciest Painting, Briefly Exhibited in S.F., Vanishes

For the third time in its history, Leonardo da Vinci’s Salvator Mundi…

Transitional Apocalypse

In the wake of every horrific event — including last week’s mass…

Know Your Street Art: A Celebration of Black and Tan Fantasy

Composed almost 100 years ago by Duke Ellington and trumpeter Bubber Miley,…

Mildred Howard, Black Oakland, and the Power of Memory

In early January, Bay Area artist Mildred Howard spoke at Harvard University about…

Forty Years After the Revolution, Iranian-American Artists Look Back

In her video series, Sensation, Minoosh Zomorodinia sets up a camera in various…

The Color of Monet: Get Ready for the de Young’s Blockbuster Show

Around the world, people think of one thing when they hear the…