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Natalia Robyns-Kresich

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Natalia Kresich was born and raised in San Francisco. She has been writing about local issues for 48 Hills for several years.

Amid political backlash, ‘Undoing Time’ confronts legacy of carceral system

Berkeley Art Museum taps 12 artists to consider the foundational roots and effects of confinement in moving show.

SF’s Carlos Villa becomes first Filipino American honored by a major museum retrospective

But sadly—for San Francisco—his multi-site show is missing an important component.

Artist Emmy Lou Packard shines in overdue expo—but she never left SF walls

She apprenticed with Diego Rivera, and mentored the Mission's mural movement.

The revolutionary realism of Alice Neel

The painter's extraordinary work, now at the DeYoung, proves that socially engaged art is anything but boring and irrelevant.

Wild herbs stir up mechanisms of oppression in ‘Foragers’

Jumana Manna's video installation at Berkeley Art Museum follow Palestinians as they gather indigenous plants—an illegal occupation.

A tricky proposition: 20 years of feminist art on display in ‘New Time’

Expansive show at BAMPFA holds real brilliance, though falters in its politically pluralistic approach

Robots in the crash pad: The twisted takeover of the Red Victorian Hotel

How Haight Ashbury countercultural ideals were distorted by a tech "co-living" experiment, and a trans performance community was displaced.

Inside the SIP hotels saga

How activists and some supes forced the city to put homeless people in hotel rooms.

Supes approve rent control for Midtown

After a six-year struggle, tenants win housing stability.

Supes to consider rent control for Midtown

Preston measure would give the largely African-American tenants the protections they lost in 2014.