Tag: photography

‘Walker Evans’ at SFMOMA focuses on photographer’s love of the vernacular

Known for iconic images of the Great Depression and for finding poetry in subjects as mundane as a junkyard, 20th-century…

12 months ago

There’s more to Dorothea Lange than ‘Migrant Mother’

Photographer Dorothea Lange is famous for her vivid, evocative portraits of Dust Bowl migrant workers, but her work encompassed much…

1 year ago

Jim Marshall photos document SF’s Summer of Love

Jim Marshall, widely regarded as rock and roll’s premier photographer in the 1960s and 1970s, documents the Summer of Love…

2 years ago

SFMOMA offers visitors free admission Thursday night in honor of Ghost Ship victims

SFMOMA will be opening its doors wide to the community Thursday evening, offering all visitors entrance free of charge. The…

2 years ago

Untouched photos reveal a day in the life of S.F.

Wanting to keep photography honest in the age of digital manipulation, “Project 24 San Francisco” chronicles 24 hours of life…

3 years ago

PaulaClaudine Hobson-Coard aims to heal with her art

San Francisco-based PaulaClaudine Hobson-Coard has her mother and father to thank for her rich, diverse creative life both as a…

3 years ago

Trevor Paglen’s photos put government spying in spotlight

Award-winning photographer Trevor Paglen focuses on mass surveillance conducted by government agencies in his work, making these hidden activities visible…

3 years ago

János Szász photos capture 20th century Hungary

Elegant, black-and-white photographs by János Szász hauntingly capture Hungary’s communist era. On view at Robert Koch Gallery through Jan. 31,…

5 years ago