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Globalism Comes to the Galleries
San Francisco, CA

Globalism Comes to the Galleries

By Sura Wood | Dec 10
Local galleries are wrapping up 2017 with their final shows of the year. Here's a chance to catch some of them before time runs out.

2 Groups Investigate Sex Harass Claim Against Peter Martins

2 Groups Investigate Sex Harass Claim Against Peter Martins

Dec 5
Longtime New York City Ballet leader Peter Martins has been removed from teaching his weekly class at the School of American Ballet while the two organizations jointly investigate an accusation of sexual harassment against him.

Chita Rivera's Evening of Song Benefits Art Attack Foundation

Chita Rivera's Evening of Song Benefits Art Attack Foundation

Dec 4
The Broadway at Birdland concert series is proud to announce that Broadway legend Chita Rivera will headline "An Evening of Song to benefit The Art Attack Foundation" featuring the artists of Yellow Sound Label.

Out There :: Robert the Rule-Breaker
San Francisco, CA

Out There :: Robert the Rule-Breaker

By Roberto Friedman | Dec 2
SFMOMA director Neal Benezra extolled Robert Rauschenberg's "extraordinary creativity and boundless spirit."

Rauschenberg Rewrites the Playbook
San Francisco, CA

Rauschenberg Rewrites the Playbook

By Sura Wood | Nov 26
"Robert Rauschenberg: Erasing the Rules" covers six decades of the prodigious, free-ranging career of the iconoclastic gay artist whose body of work has been called "the visual equivalent of the great American novel."

Teotihuacan Holiday
San Francisco, CA

Teotihuacan Holiday

By Sura Wood | Nov 19
Wonder is difficult to come by these days, but it's right there in full view in "Teotihuacan: City of Water, City of Fire," a new exhibition at the de Young Museum.

Yoko Ono's Basquiat Painting Sells for Nearly $11 Million

Yoko Ono's Basquiat Painting Sells for Nearly $11 Million

Nov 17
A painting by Jean-Michel Basquiat (zhahn mee-SHEHL' BAH'-skee-aht) from the collection of Yoko Ono has sold for $10.9 million.

Rare Painting by Leonardo da Vinci Auctioned in New York

Rare Painting by Leonardo da Vinci Auctioned in New York

By Karen Matthews | Nov 15
A painting thought by scholars to be one of only a few by Leonardo da Vinci to have survived the half-millennia since the artist's death is set to be auctioned Wednesday in New York, where it is guaranteed to sell for at least $100 million.

Couture's Past & Present
San Francisco, CA

Couture's Past & Present

By Sura Wood | Nov 12
The Asian Art Museum's new costume exhibition, "Couture Korea," represents an ambitious undertaking outside its comfort zone.

In Boston, a Dutch Treat of Donated Golden Age Masterpieces

In Boston, a Dutch Treat of Donated Golden Age Masterpieces

By William J. Kole | Nov 12
Boston's art scene is getting a Dutch treat with a twist: a flurry of donated 17th-century masterpieces that experts say will change the city's museum landscape for decades to come.

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