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Monday, December 6, 2021

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Art

Who says mythology is fiction? Group show explores edge of fantasy

"Can you prove it did not happen?" asks 'nder the Waqwaq Tree' curator Naz Cuguoğlu.

Photo show provides a flaneur’s eye view of 1940s San Francisco

Minor White captured changing demographics, architecture—and the side street shoeshines that gave the city life.

In ‘Long Kwento,’ telling Filipino family stories on a vast yet human scale

Maia Cruz Palileo's lush paintings at Wattis combat colonialist narratives by giving subjects tales of their own.

Review: Merging codex and comics, Enrique Chagoya’s artist’s books enfold timelines

At Legion of Honor, accordions of 'reverse anthropology,' Pre-Colombian superheroes, and zigzagging planes of culture and history

Review: For two days in her home, Susan Nakata’s delicate work shone bright

The Kensington artist hosted 'Notions,' which emphasized the resiliency of artists who maintain a lifelong practice.

A ‘cinematographer with paint,’ Jhina Alvarado animates nostalgia, identity

With inspiration swinging from classic photos to contemporary social activism, the SF artist and teacher applies her refined style

Review: ‘The Missing Circle’ delves into Latin America’s complex past

But who has the right to tell this story? New show at KADIST showcases vital work and raises questions

A tricky proposition: 20 years of feminist art on display in ‘New Time’

Expansive show at BAMPFA holds real brilliance, though falters in its politically pluralistic approach

Review: Dynamic humor and unsettling magic in Lindsey White’s ‘How to Get on Cable Television’

The artist's latest at Casemore Kirkeby continues her quest to set whimsy alongside criticality.

Printmaker David Tim layers time and materials to capture individual stories

"Accessing multiple media allows me to challenge myself, to explore and struggle,” says the Oakland artist

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