For this year’s edition of the San Francisco festival, 16 Latina and Chinese women designed and hand-sewed flags that tell their story.
At San Francisco’s Legion of Honor, Mobina Nouri took scissors to her own strands and invited others to do the same.
She has raised generations of Bay Area artists and changed the local landscape with her public artworks, colleagues tell Hyperallergic.
There’s something very funny — and unsettling — about Buffalohead’s paintings of animals engaged in human situations.
An exhibition at San Francisco’s Letterform Archive highlights typography’s role in iconic social movements from the 1800s through the present.
Artists Heesoo Kwon and Trina Michelle Robinson make worlds in which their distant relatives can fill the fractures of memory.
The museum enlisted the help of Linda Bove, the first Deaf actor to be part of Sesame Street’s recurring cast, to help bring artworks from the collection to a Deaf audience.
Local artists and curators took issue with a New York Times report announcing the demise of the local art scene in light of the departure of two blue-chip galleries.
Dwan helped pave the way when women-owned galleries were not so easy to find, or run.
Wesaam Al-Badry, Rupy C. Tut, and Chelsea Ryoko Wong are among the artists whose work will be part of the de Young Museum and the Legion of Honor thanks to a $1M grant.
Oldenburg seduced viewers with his iconic, foam-filled “soft sculptures” and massive public artworks that made mundane objects suddenly magical.
“For years, I couldn’t show my work, I couldn’t get a gallery, and people in New York wouldn’t pay attention to me,” she says. “So I think I deserve it — just for not giving up if nothing else.”