Jordan Doner’s debut solo show at Serge Sorokko Gallery called A Revolution in Luxury, is part of the artist’s ongoing series about fashion, consumption, and vague concepts of utopia.
The Asian Art Museum partnered with the SFMOMA to present 72 artworks drawn in what appears to be a random sampling from both the collections of the Asian Art Museum and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.
Wolfbat is Dennis McNett, born in 1972 and living in New York since 2001. He carves mad, angry, surly block prints, and has for over 18 years. He is currently showing a selection of his works at FIFTY24SF, Upper Playground’s gallery.
Swoon, who is now semi-revealing herself as Caledonia Curry, is a street artist turned gallery artist turned activist.
The August summer show at Cooper Cole Gallery, stripes down to the core of humanness: the body. In it, seven artists grapple with the notion of what makes us up, in term of our figure, form, material, and content.
“Meanwhile in San Francisco” is the show at SPUR to accompany the book by the same name, an “illustrated documentary” as the author, Wendy McNaughton calls it, of neighborhoods from around San Francisco.
For the opening of Jeremy Fish’s current solo show, “Yesterdays and Tomorrows” at FFDG that opened August 15th, a huge crowd turned up and spilled out onto the sidewalk – and for good reason.