Visual Arts

‘Soul of a Nation’ explodes with Black Power

Overdue de Young exhibition remains relevant in 21st century

 

‘Soft Power’ showcases world-changing art

SFMOMA exhibition inspires visitors to take political action

 

Resplendent James Tissot works at Legion of Honor

‘Fashion & Faith’ covers 19th century painter’s illustrious career

  • Oct 15, 2019

 

Fine Arts Museums expand free Saturday entry to all Bay Area residents

Program continues efforts to support, engage community

Old Bay Bridge parts recycled in public art piece

‘Signal,’ a 25-foot steel ring, installed on Treasure Island

Chase Center’s fine art extravaganza

Sculptures, murals and more in Thrive City

Gorgeous glass

Lino Tagliapietra master works on view in S.F. gallery show

Gina M. Contreras’ self portraits left bare

San Francisco artist shows strength and vulnerability in solo show

  • Aug 9, 2019

Annabeth Rosen’s wild things at Contemporary Jewish Museum

‘Fired, Broken, Gathered, Heaped’ collects ceramicist’s singular works

Lin Evola aims to turn a million weapons into a monument

Peace Angels Project founder plans for big Bay Area artwork

Weapons transform into eye-catching ‘Art of Peace’

YBCA exhibition aims to heal, end gun violence

‘Future IDs at Alcatraz’ reveals a road to reintegration

Exhibit explores many stages of rehabilitation

Post-World War II Italy in vivid black-and-white

‘NeoRealismo’ showcases images from 1932 to 1960

Ed Hardy exhibit shows all sides of tattoo artist

‘Deeper than Skin’ looks back on long career beyond the brand

Boys & Girls Clubs explore ‘Identity & Pride’ at YBCA

Young artists create with colorful flags, words and humor

Tattoos get high-art treatment in museum show

19th century Japanese practices relate to present-day S.F.

Dede Wilsey to leave Fine Arts Museums presidency

Board member Jason Moment expected to take post in wake of long controversy

SFMOMA mounts major Warhol retrospective

Exhibit covers all phases of pop art giant’s career

Summer program offers free museum entry to city residents

People on public assistance pay no admission at 15 S.F. institutions

  • May 22, 2019