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Tagged with: SFMOMA

Pop-Up Magazine springs back onstage, with one of Oakland’s best young artists

Adrian L. Burrell taps deep levels of Oakland family history at the live storytelling spectacle (and discovers a surprise Beyonce connection)

Greta Snider’s experimental films pack a punk punch at the Roxie

16mm autoethnographies, found footage essays, materialist inventions, and recent projects focusing on human rights hit the screen

The bright, strong magic of Joan Mitchell

A grand SFMOMA retrospective—ending soon—brings all the brilliance and range of the abstract painter to the fore.

Arts Forecast: An 11/250th of Beethoven, a Skybridge arts fest…

Monster Drawing Rally, Spanking Machine, SFMOMA Free Thursdays, Honey Dijon, Balkan Bump, more great events.

In Beryl Landau’s paintings, a bird’s-eye view of SF’s changing cityscape

“I am especially interested in the juxtaposition of technology against nature and the constant changes within an urban environment.”

Local artists remix Diego Rivera’s ‘Pan American Unity’ mural at SFMOMA

In Mini Mural Festival, three diverse arts orgs bring cultural visions, music, and more to celebrate epic work

Screen Grabs: Perilous quests in ‘The Green Knight’ and ‘Stillwater’

Plus: complex Son of Monarchs, redemptive Fireboys, and a beautiful, bummer Casanova

Screen Grabs: Another vital public film program axed—for what?

SFMOMA's hatchet job. Plus reviews of Blood Red Sky, Old, Charlatan, Mandibles, more

Review: ‘Nam June Paik’ presents a playful prophet of the Electronic Superhighway

Exhilarating SFMOMA retrospective showcases Korean artist's groundbreaking video work (and human connections)

Screen Grabs: SF as a longtime ‘refuge for weirdos and artists’

'Tell The We Were Here' remembers. Plus: DocLands guide, Middle East peace goals, Parkland tragedy teens