A real piece of work, I tell you UPDATE 4:34 p.m.: Gallery manager talks about the theft and provides details of stolen piece. Read more after jump. San Francisco could have another Terry Helbing on its hands. Police are saying that at about 11:41 a.m, a man walked into the Weinstein Galley ... More >>
Brian WilsonSaturday, Jan. 23, 2010San Francisco Art Exchange(Much) better than: Paying $50 to squint at Brian Wilson from far away alongside thousands of other people; many other things $1,500 could be spent on (like fixing years of unpaid S.F. parking fines, or hiring an accountant).On Saturday ... More >>
Painting by BorishOne of the coolest SF art galleries around is D-Structure. The Haight Street spot is continually presenting some really interesting exhibitions in the urban art realm, such as The Black Art Show, an exhibit opening on 9/11 presented by Trust Your Struggle. The show features ... More >>
Don't scream -- there's a perfectly sound place to put all Don Fisher's art: Where it already is.Kudos to the Chronicle's John King for today's scoop on Donald Fisher's decision to abandon his contentious plan to house his modern art collection at the Presidio National Park. "Doris and I will take s ... More >>
You don't need to go to an art gallery to take in some of Hugh Leeman's amazing portraiture. The Bay Area artist has been busy turning the streets of SF into his own personal exhibit as of late. Check out more of his street art at hughleeman.com, or maybe just take a step outside. --Oscar Pascual
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