In his current exhibition, CAPRICE, on view at The Red Head Gallery, artist Ian Mackay, has his finger on the electrical pulse of our current socio-political ethos.
Finding Sanity in Madness: exhibition review of “Ancestral Mindscapes” by Rick Miller, Jules Koostachin, and Geneviève Thibault at Tangled Art + Disability art gallery.
This film is not for everybody. To anyone that loves finding poetry in grotesque abjection: watch it. Try to sit … More
The ambitious but uneven group show INTO THE WOODS starts with a quote from the Brothers Grimm’s Hansel and Gretel: … More
As galleries go, William Turner Gallery is a good gallery. It represents the works of established artists, such as Ed … More
What living and dating in Hollywood has done to Eric White’s Art. I think that there’s something about living in … More
Taking cues from the 9-5 (or is it 8-6 or longer?) sleep/shower/shave/work/weekend/repeat life, Mark Benson’s solo show, “How was your weekend?” … More
Jordan Doner’s debut solo show at Serge Sorokko Gallery called A Revolution in Luxury, is part of the artist’s ongoing … More
Billed as the summer of great American art, and promoted as “the largest outdoor art show ever conceived.” The Art Everywhere … More
Having a vague concept of what gorgeous is, the Asian Art Museum partnered with the SFMOMA to present 72 artworks … More