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Tagged with: Photography

Screen Grabs: Has democracy peaked? Ask the monk with the gun

Elections bring trouble in Bhutan. Plus: Franz Rogowski meets French imperialism in 'Disco Boy,' pretty but plodding 'Peasants'

Shot from a car window, the Golden Gate Bridge spans multiple timelines in ‘No Delays’

Nico Van Dongen's striking composite photographs capture the Bay sentinel's fourth-dimensional existence.

Screen Grabs: Two great social justice filmmakers return to the screen

Skip Norman's revolutionary '60s-'70s films and Glauber Rocha's daring 'Black God, White Devil' play BAMPFA.

In a globalized art world, why does SF need its own fairs? The answer lies in FOG

Smaller galleries like Jonathan Carver Moore, Schlomer Haus, CULT Aimee Friberg welcomed far-flung visitors to local excellence

For a.k.a. skips, raving under an SF overpass launched a quest for authentic self

The electronic musician talks about his transition, a new musical persona, and raw, unfiltered album 'Jawfiller.'

Screen Grabs: AfroComicCon Film Fest zaps Black futures onto Oakland big screen

Plus: 'A Revolution on Canvas' takes intimate look at Iranian artists' resistance and 'Bodyshop' gets ghostly, graphic, gay.

Tintype photographer Jenny Sampson captures women on wheels, roundness of meals

Collage, her work in professional kitchens, skate culture inspire Sampson's images.

Coco Peru dons Heklina’s tunic (metaphorically) for ‘Golden Girls: Christmas Episodes’

'I felt like Bea Arthur was pushing me on my shoulder and saying, 'Do it,'' says drag star of beloved show.

Do you feel what I feel? ‘Into the Dark’ plunges audience into the sensorial

Jess Curtis/Gravity's latest for Blind, Low Vision, and Sighted physical performers immerses viewers in limitations and possibilities

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.