“The Deluge,” a monumental Turner painting showing a Biblical flood, is currently paired with Akomfrah’s “Vertigo Sea” at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.
San Francisco’s Legion of Honor Museum invited historians to respond to its Casanova exhibit and share ideas for how to reinterpret and display art history.
The Niagara Falls Underground Railroad Heritage Center tells the stories of those who sought freedom — and those who helped them get there.
In Kerry Tribe’s video we see both actors playing patients and medical students acting as though they were doctors, but the aim is for something real: empathy.
Most recently, Georgina Kleege led tours at the Contemporary Jewish Museum, where visitors handled materials that artists had used in their work.
In Requiem, Summer Mei-Ling Lee remembers the hospital that shipped thousands of boxes full of bones from the US to China.
Reflecting on “HOWL, eon (I, II),” her new commission for the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Julie Mehretu talks about working at a huge scale, how live music affects her process, and how the 2016 election impacted her work.
Last week, RZA and Mustafa Shaikh celebrated the fall line of their fashion label 36 Chambers at the Asian Art Museum, where they saw an exhibition that influenced their designs.
The exhibit at the Legion of Honor Museum includes paintings by Impressionists, along with period hats and bonnets embellished with silk flowers, ribbons, plumes, and feathers.
SAN FRANCISCO — Memory has always fascinated Hayv Kahraman, and she looks for ways to explore it in her art.
SAN FRANCISCO — Claude Monet owned more than 200 Japanese prints and once told a critic, “If you insist on forcing me into an affiliation with anyone else … then compare me with the old Japanese masters; their exquisite taste has always delighted me.”