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1/16/2018

  For its latest exhibition, the Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive is leaning on the depth, rather... More»

1/15/2018

  At last weekend’s art shows—FOG Design+Art and Untitled, Art—hosted at Fort Mason and Palace of Fine Arts, there were two... More»

1/10/2018

The traditional art gallery model—hanging solo or group exhibits every month or two in a stylishly antiseptic white-walled... More»

1/9/2018

  The turbulent politics of 2017 may have inspired di Rosa Center for Contemporary Art’s exhibit ... More»

12/1/2017

  At SFMOMA, making a snowman is as simple as plugging one in—if you’re Peter Fischli and David Weiss that is. The Swiss duo’... More»

11/30/2017

  What drives people to cross continents and borders in search of a better life? What does something look like when it can’t be pictured... More»

11/29/2017

  Daniel Merriam, whose surrealist paintings look pulled from an enchanted storybook, sat on the porch of his 7,000 square foot Calistoga hill... More»

11/17/2017

  When the illustrious Berkeley-based composer John Adams began working on Girls of the Golden West, his new opera (... More»

11/15/2017

  By his own admission, there’s nothing special about Nion McEvoy’s shingled two-story home in Jordan Park, a neighborhood... More»

11/1/2017

  A white ring dilates through a plane of pixels against a black backdrop, sending us tumbling like Alice through the rabbit’s hole. Is... More»

11/1/2017

  Even if you don’t know gingham from “Gangnam Style,” there’s no denying Korean culture’s influence on... More»

10/20/2017

  More than two years since being priced out of its previous home near Yerba Buena Gardens, the Cartoon... More»