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Review: An alchemical conversation of brushstrokes at Cushion Works

Etel Adnan and Lynn Marie Kirby's 'THE WEATHER IS NOWADAYS CRAZY' at Cushion Works

Who says mythology is fiction? Group show explores edge of fantasy

"Can you prove it did not happen?" asks 'Under the Waqwaq Tree' curator Naz Cuguoğlu.

Review: For two days in her home, Susan Nakata’s delicate work shone bright

The Kensington artist hosted 'Notions,' which emphasized the resiliency of artists who maintain a lifelong practice.

Review: Dynamic humor and unsettling magic in Lindsey White’s ‘How to Get on Cable Television’

The artist's latest at Casemore Kirkeby continues her quest to set whimsy alongside criticality.

Review: A fascinating forensic spiral in ‘The Strange Case of Theodule Otis’

Andrew Chapman's latest at Et al. presents a mystery that underscores the slippery textures of truth

Review: Sound and shadow evoke Nasim Moghadam’s Iranian roots, womxn’s solidarity

In 'I Sprout on my Wound' at Aggregate Space, the artist also manipulates her passport photo and cut hair.

Review: Infinite possibilities from trash in ‘Reclaimed: The Art Of Recology’

At Bedford Gallery, top Bay Area artists dive into the dump with a keen eye toward resourcefulness.

Natani Notah limns the push-pull of Native existence in ‘Normal Force’

At Rebecca Camacho Presents, the artist explores identity through the lens of Diné womanhood

Review: Stories become fables, family becomes home in Bri Williams’ ‘Playbill’

At Et al, the artist uses sound, soap, wax, and resin to express a full spectrum of personal history.

Review: From vintage postcards and records, Ajit Chauhan inscribes fragmented memories

It is almost impossible, right now, to see the years 2020 or 2021 on an exhibition checklist and not think of the COVID pandemic....