Art

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

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

 

Day-glo Guns and Zodiac Ciphers, with Sheet-Metal Artist David Buckingham

In four years of writing “Yesterday’s Crimes” columns for SF Weekly, I’ve…

 

SPLAT!: The Art of Ralph Steadman

Ralph Steadman still bets on a horse to win the Kentucky Derby…

 

Chairpersons: The World of Charles and Ray Eames

Every now and then, that cultural barometer called The Simpsons parodies the work of…

This Photo Exhibit at Z Space Shows Actors in a Different ‘Light’

For more than two decades, David Allen has been taking pictures of…

Gambler, Writer, Lawyer, Spy: The Art of Giacomo Casanova

If he were alive today, Giacomo Casanova would be your most annoying…

Brutally Honest Collage Work, in Deborah Roberts’ ‘Uninterrupted’

Artist Deborah Roberts creates African-American girls with braids and smiles and inquisitive…

Ka-Blammo! The Cartoon Art Museum’s Grand Reopening Is Jan. 20

Having moved four times in its 31-year history, the Cartoon Art Museum…

The New Public Art in the Castro Is Almost Unimaginably Hideous

Jane Warner Plaza has been through a lot. The section of 17th…

This Was the Wait to See a $100 Million Painting

More than 500 years after Leonardo da Vinci painted Salvator Mundi —…