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Friday, May 17, 2024

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Art

Poetic efficiencies, subtle subversions streak through ‘vītatio’

Thoughtful group show at Altman Siegel coalesces into third space beyond gender binaries and colonial violence.

At ‘Noonan Unlocked,’ Pier 70 artists will display their resilient community

Storied studio building throws open its doors before redevelopment transforms the tight-knit creative clan

In simple cardboard, Ann Weber finds endless resiliency and expression

‘How far can I build this before it collapses?’ the artist asks of sculptures made from scavenged shipping material.

How Irving Penn brought the world to his studio—and vice versa

de Young retrospective teases out sheer range of the photographer's lens.

Striking probe of colorism leads to artist’s first solo show—at MoAD, no less

CCA grad Mary Graham's 'Value Test: Brown Paper' locates universal story through Black past.

Tehran-born artist Sameh Khalatbari strings resistance into every work

Deeply felt homages to Iran's Women, Life, Freedom protest movement emanate from her San Ramon studio.

The Great Migration travels beyond South to North in ‘Movement in Every Direction’

A BAMPFA show expands how we think about one of the biggest mass movements in US history.

A profound web of hybrid histories in MoAD’s ‘Unruly Navigations’

Curator Key Jo Lee looks beyond the US perspective, taking an exciting global perspective on Black culture.

Life burbles with inside jokes in Rebecca Ness’s jumbo paintings

Bookstores, bedrooms, U-Hauls, lesbian bars are loci of human comedy (and tragedy) in 'Portraits of Place.'

Sticking to it: The packing tape art of Pablo Manga

A chance encounter with the medium outside a Mexico City metro station changed the Oakland artist's trajectory.

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