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Thursday, December 1, 2022

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Art

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

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

Artist, mother, wife, and cat: SFMOMA Joan Brown retrospective celebrates a shapeshifter

Beginning within the Bay Area Figurative Movement, Brown's career defies simple classification.

The shapeshifters of Masako Miki

The artist expresses complex bicultural identity through works both miniature and monumental.

Kija Lucas scans her roots in ‘A Taxonomy of Belonging’

A masterful exploration of family emigration—and a rebuttal of racial classification—at SF Camerawork

Arts Forecast: Hip-Hop Dance Fest, Amoeba Anniversary, Non Stop Bhangra Diwali, more

Sō Percussion, Sip Shop Eat, SF Coffee Fest, Manos Lindas, Union Square Skating Rink, and more to do this weekend.

New Institute for Contemporary Art kicks off with Jeffrey Gibson’s vibrant ‘This Burning World’

Bold patterns and dreamy imagery point to questions about the complexities of identity and a threatened ecology

At Shipyard Studios, a vanished past reflected in art of the present

A childhood in Soviet Ukraine, a toxic military site, the former Mount Avisadero— multitude of histories in work of 300 artists

‘Art = spirit + matter’: For Dulama LeGrande, the studio is a state of mind

Colorful abstract forms undulate in the East Oakland painter's work, inviting free association from viewers.

A capoeira mestra reflects on her 30 years in the Mission

We spoke with ABADA-Capoeira founder Márcia Triedler, aka Mestra Cigarra, on the eve of a public student batizado.

In ‘Do Not Fold, Spindle, or Mutilate,’ rule-breaking becomes the rule

Dual gallery exhibition deploys deadpan humor and incongruous selfie sticks. Could it have taken the transgression further?

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