In a new effort to increase access to local collections through online technology, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and the deYoung Museum have joined the Google Art Project.
This week’s best gallery and museum events include a fairytale-esque book signing at SFMOMA, a live sculpture fundraiser at Project One, and a new comic-book inspired group show at Varnish Fine Art.
On March 23, the Museum of the African Diaspora premiered a new exhibition which features nine Bay Area artists active from the 1960s and 1970s to the present who lean towards abstract representation but do not not disregard figuration in their work.
This week’s top visual arts events include Playland 2012 at the Conservatory of Flowers, a new show at RVCA VASF, and Southern Exposure’s annual art auction, The Silver Era.
Argentinian born artist Facundo Argañaraz will display Rapture Ready: Space Planning and Aesthetics at The Popular Workshop starting Friday March 23 and continuing through April 27.
This week’s best literary arts events include author appearances by Morris Berman, Dave Eggers and Aimee Phan.
This week’s best gallery openings include SF Station and Lomography’s Get Hungry!, a new show by David Buckingham and a big, juried photography exhibit at RayKo.
Design geeks, software engineers and digital artist-coders came together at Fort Mason Center for The Creators Project, a two-day showcase that honors cross-disciplinary pioneers who engage with digital technology in novel ways.
Gadding about town, it’s hard not to stumble upon the sticker bearing the insignia of artist Kool Kid Kreyola aka Erlin Geffrard—it definitely catches the eye.
A new exhibition by Cleon Peterson titled “The Brinksman” presents a series of paintings that imagine a dystopian world where violence and self-interest predominate and the bonds of community have been broken.