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Tuesday, July 16, 2024

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Art

In tapestries of Bay Area street life, Dance Doyle weaves a world

Artist channels interviewees'—and their own—experiences with houselessness, addiction onto the loom.

Ceramic wabi-sabi: How Erin Hupp zagged to a life of clay

Oakland artist sees her domestic and culinary pieces as anchors to our current moment.

Tosha Stimage’s ‘SUPERBLOOM’ invites Presidio visitors into Bay’s rich floral heritage

Florist's Chilean strawberries and California poppies budded from research into the land.

Pancakes, party favors, and animatronic wolves? ‘Fantastico’!

At Casemore Gallery, Lindsey White uses sparkling humor and magic to plumb deeper issues of local artmaking.

At de Young, local artists eye ‘The Peaceable Kingdom’—and US colonialism

Lee Mingwei challenged 'a family tree' of artists to reinterpret Edward Hicks' famous 1846 allegorical painting.

Celebrity portraitist Tom Zimberoff turns his lens to nature’s riptide

He used to think of the beach as a background player for his star-studded snaps. Now in Outer Sunset, he sees it leads.

The kid from Plainfield: Irving Penn retrospective captures him capturing us

De Young retrospective shows how the photographer built a time capsule of humanity in San Francisco and far beyond.

A kickass tattoo artist honors her Mescalero Apache roots

'It's in my blood,' says 24th Street Studio's Renette Hammer, who felt destined to open up shop in SF.

Zanele Mulholi pictures queer South Africa in all its joy and tragedy

The photographer's bold show at SFMOMA turns their camera toward LGTBQ+ friends and community members.

Lola’s resin abstractions resist an easy read

"There’s no chicken in my work. Please don’t go looking for a chicken," says the East Bay artist.

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