Tag: Art

Thacher Gallery’s Online Exhibition, Artwork From Prison Renaissance

SAN FRANCISCO—On Thursday, August 27, the Thacher Gallery at the University of San Francisco (USF) will launch an opening celebration of “A Matter of...

Asian Art Museum Unveils 3 Commissions For Display

SAN FRANCISCO—San Francisco’s Asian Museum of Art unveiled 3 new commissions that will be exhibited to the public in autumn 2020, including a mural...

Edward Gilbert, San Francisco Gallerist, Dies At 67

SAN FRANCISCO—Edward Allen Gilbert passed away on July 19, 2020, at the age of 67. Reported cause of death is cancer. Gilbert spent his youth...

San Francisco Art Institute Reverses Decision To Close

SAN FRANCISCO—On Wednesday, July 22, the San Francisco Art Institute (SFAI) announced that the institution would remain open and continue to offer degree programs....

Suspected Arson As SF “Spire Sculpture” Catches On Fire

SAN FRANCISCO—A suspected arson fire damaged San Francisco’s famous “Spire” sculpture on the morning of Tuesday, June 23. At around 5:30 a.m., a 911 call...

SFAC Provides $4.6 Million In Grants To Local Artists

SAN FRANCISCO—On June 4, the San Francisco Arts Commission (SFAC) announced the 154 recipients of its 2020 grant funding, which totaled over $4.6 million. This...

“The Goldfinch” Is A Bore Fest!

HOLLYWOOD—I cannot recall the last time I was so bored and ready for a movie to end in recent years. I’m not calling it...

Artist’s Return Part 2

UNITED STATES—"Why do you have plastic bags?" the young sheriff asked. "Poop bags for the dog." The young buzz-cut sheriff bid Archer to sit on...

The Artist’s Return

UNITED STATES—He was starting to nod off on the freeway. A taillight and ghost tree whose branches twisted half a mile down the road,...

A Miracle On 42nd St.

UNITED STATES—Out came the shotgun from behind the door. The old artist stood at the threshold and extended the barrel. His hand trembled. Gil...
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