Her paintings, springing from traditional Indian miniature painting made large, radiate both rootedness and displacement.
Designing Peace at San Francisco’s Museum of Craft and Design features projects from around the world that explore how design can play a role in pursuing peace.
The De Young Open gathers nearly 900 artworks by artists from the Bay Area, and almost all of them are for sale.
The museum says the $38 million pavilion required costly repairs that delayed its opening.
All the little things we buy that look simple come from somewhere thanks to a series of interlocking, complex chains and sequences.
Painter Kei Imazu approaches the contemporary realities of colonialism and climate destruction through ancient Indonesian myth.
Fight and Flight: Crafting a Bay Area Life examines how artists stay — or don’t — in an area with steep rents, scarce studio space, and a high cost of living
Collier Gwin initially faced a misdemeanor battery charge after he was caught spraying down the woman in a video that went viral.
Enjoy free programming on art publishing, over 160 exhibitors, and fundraising editions from Bay Area artists at SFABF this July.
Insightful, generous, radical, and very “Bay way” shows, including Bernice Bing, Estefania Puerta, Remedios Varo, Frank Bowling, and more.
The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art now owns a housing micro-unit salvaged from the demolished Nakagin Capsule Tower that once stood in Tokyo.
The inaugural exhibition at Minnesota Street Project Foundation’s new space features Richard Mosse’s video installation on Amazon deforestation.