Thursday, November 23, 2017

San Francisco

San Francisco's art world marks a dramatic shift, with an explosion of relocations and new gallery spaces, and the much-anticipated opening of the expanded SFMOMA.

Hamilton Press: Take Me Out to the Ball Game

Report: Venice, CA

Report: Chinatown, Los Angeles

Los Angeles

REPORT: Montana

Big Sky Country is home to a surprisingly robust, tenacious contemporary art community.

Report: Santa Monica

The 18th Street Arts Center celebrates 25 years.

Palm Springs: Donald Wexler’s Desert Modernism

Aware of the extreme landscape and climate, Wexler tailored energy-efficient designs for the harsh desert, using mostly inorganic materials such as steel, glass and concrete.

REPORT: Black Mountain College

An examination of the mythic Black Mountain College reveals the process of discovery, choice and consequences that comprised its core philosophy.

Report: Orange County Museum of Art

With the exhibition title “Building As Ever,” the 2017 California-Pacific Triennial unites a spectrum of geographies through a theme of flux.

REPORT: Berkeley

After years of planning, Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive gets a new home.

REPORT: Los Angeles

Inspired by the ideas of painter Sam Francis, a new initiative called Creativity Matters is championing education reform.

Oakland: Mark Dion's "Marvelous Museum"

"Art" according to Ambrose Bierce, "is expansive and open for interpretation."

REPORT: San Jose

ZERO1 Expands its footprint

Reports

Critic's Picks

Artist Profiles

Spotlight

“Flower Tree,” 2014 Matt Wedel, NCECA

NCECA 2017 in Portland

SPOTLIGHT: Houston

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