“Maharaja” Exhibit Overlooks Crucial Cultural Questions on India

    Wed Nov 2nd, 2011 12:29pm By Larissa Archer

Asian Art Museum Begins Bold New Direction with “Maharaja: The Splendor of India's Royal Courts”

Last year, the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco was in a…

    Wed Oct 26th, 2011 9:00am By Rachel Filipinas

Artists Write a Visual Love Letter to That Big Metal Workhorse: The Bay Bridge

The Golden Gate Bridge might be the more iconic span, but there's…

    Thu Oct 20th, 2011 10:00am By Paul M. Davis

Art Takes Root at Root Division's Auction

Say you're a struggling artist, and can't afford a studio on top…

    Tue Oct 18th, 2011 10:00am By Heidi De Vries

SF Open Studios: “Art Is Pointless” — and Really Fun to See — at Workspace Limited

We're not quite halfway through ArtSpan's SF Open Studios, which continue through…

    Mon Oct 10th, 2011 8:00am By Stephanie Echeveste

SF Open Studios: Don't Call Paul Madonna of All Over Coffee “a San Francisco Artist”

One doesn't expect to visit an artist's studio and be afflicted with…

    Thu Oct 6th, 2011 9:00am By Larissa Archer

“The Peace Keeper” Is Recycled Materials on a Reclaimed Parking Spot — Climb on Board

We went to Rome once. One thing that blew our minds was…

“Minor Inconveniences” Brings Out Major Abstractions

Large-scale abstract paintings ask you to do things. They ask you to…

    Tue Sep 6th, 2011 4:30pm By Hiya Swanhuyser

“Structure” Exhibit Looks at the Building Blocks of the Universe

While wandering through the underwater exhibits at the California Academy of Sciences,…

    Mon Aug 29th, 2011 10:30am By Heidi De Vries

Jered Sprecher's Abstract Works Show Volume, Movement, Tension in “Shadows in Friction”

Besides putting together gorgeous abstract paintings, Jered Sprecher knows how to keep…

    Thu Jul 21st, 2011 8:30am By Ruby Perez