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Sunday, October 2, 2022

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Art

Self-healing and magic crystallize in ‘SALT to CATCH GHOSTS’

At /(slash), Black women control and direct energy in a gathering of striking works curated by Ashara Ekundayo

Scream something: BAMPFA projects women’s rage in “Outcry”

Photographer Whitney Bradshaw's series captures a range of bellows against the patriarchy.

A weaving of worlds: Miguel Arzabe explores ch’ixi

Everyday Bolivian textiles and harvest moon ritual inspire the Oakland artist.

What lies beneath? Santa Cruz-based artist looks for truth in our faces

Sara Birns' weird, warped, wonderful visages are her way of showing bliss.

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.

A suspended state of grace: Raymond Holbert and his underwater arias

Former CCSF art instructor breaks new ground via digitally-remixed photography.

Mystic Moon Mamas and Matisse: What inspires artist Serena Viola Corson

The painter's scenes of platonic joy and curious street scores celebrate being human.

SFAI faculty member Carlos Villa’s hybrid legacy honored in two shows

Luscious cloaks and tributes to SoMa's I-Hotel assert mystical pageantry of unsung histories.

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.

Screen Grabs: European relations hit the skids in ‘Spin Me Round’ and ‘Orphan: First Kill’

The former takes 'Eat, Pray' into comic territory, while 'Orphan' presents a psycho Estonian waif.

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