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Thursday, June 17, 2021

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Art

Review: In Root Division’s ‘A Joy Unexpected,’ release in myriad forms

Curator Tavarus Blackmon presents a stunning show that delves into the palpability of relief after trauma

Review: Miguel Arzabe’s ingenious hybridizations summon mythic forces

At Johansson Projects, the Oakland artist weaves a space where Western abstract painting meets indigenous craft

A new gallery uplifts contemporary Asian art to counter misconceptions

Curator Abby Chen on how the Asian Art Museum's Hambrecht Contemporary Gallery connects antiquities to urgent current concerns.

Review: Vibrant varieties of artistic experience in ‘Ambiguities of Blackness’

In the first of five exhibitions that will showcase the recipients of Minnesota Street Project Foundation's inaugural granting program for Black artists and cultural...

From refuse, artist Kloe Chan creates emotional refuge

Physical space and community play an important role in hand-crafted works like 'I Will Knit Us a Sanctuary'

Arts Forecast: No big parade, but Pride season’s already busting out the wigs and rainbows

Giant pink triangle, Oaklash, gay ballet, drag dance, Queer Women of Color Film Fest, more add abundant sparkle

Stephanie Syjuco: Diving into the American archives—and implicating everyone—with the Bay Area artist

'As a person of color, I don’t believe that more love and empathy is going to get us actual policy change.'

Review: ‘Nam June Paik’ presents a playful prophet of the Electronic Superhighway

Exhilarating SFMOMA retrospective showcases Korean artist's groundbreaking video work (and human connections)

Review: Eerily empty Art Institute campus stars in Lindsey White’s ‘What? Is? Art?’

The photographer known for her wry eye gets personal, documenting her community's precarious traces

Her childhood in Russia’s Arkhangelsk region inspires Nadezda’s haunting art

The painter channels mysterious, mystic imagery from a cat's dinner song, or the shadows around her sink.

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