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Coming Together in LGBTQ Pride!
San Francisco, CA

Coming Together in LGBTQ Pride!

By Sura Wood | Jun 22
"Celebrate Community!," an amorphous though undeniably well-intentioned LGBTQ Pride show that opened last weekend at the Harvey Milk Photo Center, aims to embrace humanity in its many permutations.

Alice Austen House Designated National Site of LGBTQ History

Alice Austen House Designated National Site of LGBTQ History

Jun 15
On Tuesday, June 20 at 11 a.m., there will be a celebration at the Alice Austen House on Staten Island for the formal announcement of the designation of Alice Austen House as a national site of LGBTQ history.

Emotionally Charged Creations
San Francisco, CA

Emotionally Charged Creations

By Sura Wood | Jun 11
Hallelujah, and better late than never, are among the responses one may have to "Revelations: Art from the African American South," a truly outstanding, long overdue exhibition at the de Young Museum.

Suspected Jackson Pollock Art Found in Garage Could Fetch $15M

Suspected Jackson Pollock Art Found in Garage Could Fetch $15M

Jun 11
A painting found in an Arizona garage may be worth $15 million.

Back from the Edge!
San Francisco, CA

Back from the Edge!

By Sura Wood | Jun 4
"Tiny Bubbles," a phrase that prompts associations with old Lawrence Welk reruns or memories of wobbly champagne toasts, is actually the title of a new group show at the San Francisco Arts Commission Galleries (SFAC).

May Gallery Walk
San Francisco, CA

May Gallery Walk

By Sura Wood | May 28
May is the gateway to summer, and the following shows at galleries in San Francisco and Oakland are a harbinger of the footloose season to come.

Is Ai Weiwei an Artist or an Activist?

Is Ai Weiwei an Artist or an Activist?

May 26
60 Minutes correspondent Holly Williams and producer Michael Gavshon talk about the provocative Chinese artist and the criticism of his work.

Dorothea Lange's Unswerving Eye
San Francisco, CA

Dorothea Lange's Unswerving Eye

By Sura Wood | May 21
The career of Dorothea Lange, the influential photographer, created some of the most iconic bodies of work of the 20th century.

SF Artists Pay Homage to Milk

SF Artists Pay Homage to Milk

By Heather Cassell | May 20
Jun Yang nine years ago moved to San Francisco and has become a successful painter, with his works displayed at various galleries and included in a number of curated art shows over the years.

'Queer Threads': New Book Highlights LGBT Fiber Artists

'Queer Threads': New Book Highlights LGBT Fiber Artists

May 19
This isn't your grandmother's crochet. A new book features 30 artists working in fiber and crafts and insightful interviews from some of today's most influential members of the LGBTQ cultural community.

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