For those who've wanted to tag the walls of San Francisco with impunity, now's your time. The San Francisco Arts Commission and the Department of Public Works are launching a street-art graffiti app that lets anyone paint, spray, tag, etc on the walls of our fair city. However, it's done through ... More >>
Money RescueThe financially troubled Asian Art Museum seems to have gracefully escaped bankruptcy. After a brief scare of losing its credit line and $20 million in assets, city officials have apparently worked out a better deal than the museum could have imagined -- they don't have to pay off the ... 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 >>
Thomas KinkadeThomas Kinkade, who created this nativity figure and boatloads of other 'inspirational' works of art, will now have to draw $2.1 million, according to a San Francisco courtArt critics worldwide are giggling malevolently as the company producing Thomas Kinkade's treacly religious artwor ... More >>
If you haven't heard of Or, The Whale yet, the month of January is set to change that. The SF-based indie-country-folksters' debut album, On Light Poles and Pines, releases on Jan. 20, and has been described as omnipotent, epic, and painfully reflective. If you like your thoughts wistful and your a ... More >>
A famed Mexican artist painted six murals for the 1939 World's Fair in S.F. One famously disappeared. The others have practically been ignored.
Take a close look at Don Fisher and his motivations for a Presidio museum