Keith Haring: The Political Line at de Young Museum

Artist and activist Keith Haring and his artwork have been a part of San Francisco since before he began to rise to prominence in the burgeoning street art and public art scene, and later in galleries and museums around the world. Many of the artist’s works in San Francisco were intended for a wide variety of audiences: from murals […]

Keith Haring: The Political Line at de Young Museum

11.23.2014
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Artist and activist Keith Haring and his artwork have been a part of San Francisco since before he began to rise to prominence in the burgeoning street art and public art scene, and later in galleries and museums around the world. Many of the artist’s works in San Francisco were intended for a wide variety of audiences: from murals […]

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Interview with Photographer John F. Martin of “In Character: Opera Portraiture”

11.07.2014
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This month, photographer John F. Martin is celebrating the release of his first book, In Character: a stunning portrait series of the players in San Francisco Opera’s many productions — from the non-singing supernumeraries to the superstar prima donnas and primo uomos — in full costume and makeup as the characters they portrayed in over […]

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Photo Feature: SF Arts Commission Passport 2014: Calle 24, Latino Cultural District

11.02.2014
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San Francisco Arts Commission Galleries’ Passport event, where participants create their own art book by collecting stamps in a customized limited edition “passport” journal from local artists stationed in small businesses along a designated route in a San Francisco neighborhood, took place this year in the Latino Cultural District of 24th street from York to Capp […]

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Photo Feature: “Honey I Shrunk The Streets!” at 1AMSF

10.22.2014
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For its current group show, “Honey, I Shrunk The Streets!” 1AM SF Gallery invited its large and diverse community of artists to paint upon the miniature, to-scale replicas of billboards, brick walls, trucks, and dumpsters generously provided by TYO toys. The Washington, D.C.-based company not only fabricates these blank canvas replicas for artists to decorate, but have also […]

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Rebekah Goldstein, “Passenger” at CULT Exhibitions

10.14.2014
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The shapes, colors, and lines of San Francisco artist Rebekah Goldstein’s paintings, sculpture, and drawings in her debut solo show at Cult Exhibitions, “Passenger,” provide a compelling view of the many present concerns, ideas, and expressions in contemporary abstract art. The thick, black angular lines that carefully dissect both grand-scale and smaller canvases into respective planes are further complemented by polygons […]

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Interview with Jillian Bruschera, Creator of The Mobile Mill Project

10.13.2014
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In September San Francisco Art Enthusiast came across the Instagram of The Mobile Mill Project, a travelling hand papermaking studio, founded and operated by San Francisco artist Jillian Bruschera. We sat down with her to learn more about the project upon her return to the Bay Area after a cross-country road trip sharing the paper making arts with the public […]

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