The Art of Empathy: Danny Lyon’s “Message to the Future”

You put a camera in my hand, I want to get close…

International Influence

Published in English in 1959, Wooden Synagogues commemorated the once-grand Polish buildings…

‘Un-Highlights’ of the Western Canon

Standing next to Man Observing Series II, Viola Frey’s nine foot sculpture…

One Hundred Years after the PPIE: Jewel City at the de Young

Walking into a major exhibit at the de Young, the easiest thing…

    Wed Oct 28th, 2015 10:30am By Jeffrey Edalatpour

TONIGHT: Listen to Dinosaur Toothaches at Raw Shack at the de Young

If you're free tonight and feeling playful (or in need of playfulness),…

    Fri Jun 19th, 2015 1:01pm By Elizabeth Costello

Paint Fast, Die Young: Keith Haring’s Adorable, Devastating Legacy

In spring of 1977, a skinny teenager from Kutztown, Pa., wrote in…

    Tue Nov 11th, 2014 4:20pm By Jonathan Curiel

Carnaval 101

Although the Carnaval festival itself doesn't kick off until the weekend, those…

    Wed May 14th, 2014 4:00am By Kate Conger

Slowly, Slowly

In 2008 a man named Phil Terry spent hours in New York's…

    Wed Apr 2nd, 2014 4:00am By Laura Jaye Cramer

Outsider Art: The Arts Commission Isn't Entirely Sure Where All of its Paintings Are Hanging

Last week, SF Weekly visited all the de Young Museum paintings on…

    Wed Feb 19th, 2014 4:00am By Joe Eskenazi

Museum of Scattered Art: We Visit the de Young Paintings Loaned to Elected Officials — Whether They Like It or Not

Perhaps it's for the best that San Francisco isn't a town overly…

    Wed Feb 12th, 2014 4:00am By Joe Eskenazi