The De Young Open gathers nearly 900 artworks by artists from the Bay Area, and almost all of them are for sale.
In the wake of COVID-19, California’s art world is finally experiencing a surge of optimism, resulting in a host of emerging gallerists and new galleries.
The rediscovery of Juan Luna’s masterwork “Hymen, oh Hyménée!” offer a fresh opportunity to contemplate the role he played in the early formation of Philippine politics and culture.
Scenic, historic, and oh-so-very California spaces that justify an art pilgrimage.
St. Charles Borromeo Church features Mission Revival architecture, murals evocative of a Pixar movie, and nearly an acre of interior space.
By disrupting the reality of his images Brown’s collages lead to surprises.
With the numerous self-portraits Monks has painted throughout her career she offers her “self” to the viewers while also generating a sense of dissolution.
The Long View amply demonstrates that Jay DeFeo and Joan Brown may be the best known Bay Area women artists who worked in abstraction, but they were far from alone.
Francis De Erdely had an intuitive grasp of the inner worlds of people who were coping with a sense of displacement in their daily lives, which he conveyed in his art.
An extraordinary variety of artists came to Jon Swihart and Kim Merrill’s backyard potlucks, discussing not just their work, but also the events and challenges of their lives.
The artist couple shared creativity and mutual devotion reflecting a period of light and joy that came after considerable darkness in their early lives.
Rich in sensations and ideas, Running Falling Flying Floating Crawling uses unexpected juxtapositions of text and image to offer both antidotes to the mundane and passageways to the profound.