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Tagged with: de Young Museum

J.L. King’s bold, curious art doesn’t shy from the peculiar

'Weird can be good, to me,' says the San Francisco oil painter, who calls her spirited art 'trick the mind.'

5 very, very last-minute holiday gift ideas that keep it local

Festive cider, a wealth of books and games, art fun, treats for fluffy, and more to get you off the naughty list

From casting director to portraitist: Jiab Prachakul finds spirit beneath surface

Scenes of family ties and bar flies populate walls in new show 'Simplicity/Complexity' at Micki Meng.

Wall-to-wall de Young Open offers up Bay’s creative bounty—and supports artists, too

More than 7,000 artists applied for this year's edition. What trends do jurors see in their work?

‘What might the world look like?’: Displaying the breadth of Faith Ringgold’s art and life

Curator Janna Keegan speaks about the 91-year-old artist-activist's breathtaking retrospective at the de Young.

A weaving of worlds: Miguel Arzabe explores ch’ixi

Everyday Bolivian textiles and harvest moon ritual inspire the Oakland artist.

Painter Brett Amory’s shadowy subjects are engulfed in the flow of life

Epic 20-year series 'Waiting' has captured the intangible in the banal; now the Oakland artist is looking toward what's next

Review: In ‘Uncanny Valley,’ disturbing ripples from artificial intelligence

Excellent De Young show reveals technology's ties to oppressive tactics—and art's to the arms trade

Michelle E. Fillmore paints to connect—and manage pandemic emotions

The Oakland photorealist's work depicts mystery, transformation, and the identity crisis imposed by our moment.

How do you represent Black and Latino communities at major museum shows?

The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco started its Community Representatives program back in 1992 when it hosted an exhibit of the work of...