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ArtArt Review

Art Review

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.

The eerie detritus, AI omens of ‘Daemonomania’

Anthony Discenza's show at Et al. encourages reflection on the mess in which we find ourselves.

Ryan Whelan plays beat the clock in ‘The River Can Run’

At Pt.2 Gallery, the Oakland-based artist confronts our (and art's) precarious relationship with time.

‘Look Me in the Eyes’ confronts the phantasmagoria of Kurdish history

At ICA SF, Hayv Kahraman employs haunting metaphors, conveying a surreal mythology of female figures.

Andrew Wilson’s ‘Torn Asunder’ sees Black men in new light, two ways at once

Once a nude model, a photographer imparts the freedom he once felt to others, in show at Johnathan Carver Moore.

In tamara suarez porras’ ‘parallax errors,’ fractured apparitions of changing perception

Masterful photographic prints at CIIS provide glimpses into momentous changes in the artist's life.

‘Ambient Jukebox’ transforms vintage finds into poetic worlds

Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller's exhilarating show at Fraenkel Gallery teems with bygone sensations

Do Yayoi Kusama’s candy-colored creations transcend a problematic past?

Recently reported racist writings in the towering 94-year-old artist's past raised questions about her blockbuster SFMOMA show.

‘Custer had it coming’: Duane Linklater’s missives from an Indigenous present

In 'mymothersside' at BAMPFA, the Omaskêko Cree artist considers the importance of anti-colonialist language.

24-karat gowns, ghost handprints, powerful hair, more in MoAD’s fall exhibitions

New exhibits uplift and memorialize through ravishing color, while provoking thoughts about the SF just beyond the walls

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