Category: Visual Arts

A colorful portrait of art legend Yayoi Kusama

Yayoi Kusama, the painter, sculptor, installation maker, performer, provocateur and 89-year-old art-world it-girl, has inspired a new documentary. “Kusama: Infinity”…

1 week ago

Artists of color reclaim heritage in ‘Black Woman is God’

Having established firm roots, defying gravity, resisting withering and growing in leaps and bounds, “The Black Woman is God: Assembly…

1 week ago

Expanded gallery, dining, cocktail options in The City

Ever Gold [Projects], a gallery at 1275 Minnesota St., is on summer break now, but has great plans for expansion…

4 weeks ago

Truly awesome art at new downtown transit center

Artist Julie Chang had some inspirational words about “The Secret Garden,” her design on the 20,000-square-foot terrazzo floor in the…

2 months ago

SF woodworker to expand art business after ‘Making It’ on TV

Three years ago, San Francisco woodworker Nicole Sweeney quit her day job to focus on art full time. This week,…

2 months ago

Making mischief with art and beverages

San Francisco artist Ian Ross has been busy making mischief at the corner of Potrero Avenue and 18th Street. On…

2 months ago

‘Sunday in the Park’ colorfully explores meaning of art

Being an artist has never been easy. Consider Georges Seurat, the 19th-century Frenchman who painted the masterpiece “A Sunday Afternoon…

2 months ago

Mid-century masters Park, Avery paint humanity

David Park and Milton Avery -- who bucked the trend and painted the human figure in abstract-expressionist times -- receive…

5 months ago