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Renowned Photographer Annie Leibovitz Premiers Iconic ‘WOMEN: New Portraits’ Series in SF

Renowned Photographer Annie Leibovitz Premiers Iconic ‘WOMEN: New Portraits’ Series in SF

Impressive photographs of some of the world’s most influential women, from distinguished ballerina Misty Copeland to Facebook CEO Sheryl Sandberg, are currently on display to the public at Building649, at The Presidio’s Crissy Field. The free exhibit, titled “Women: New Portraits,” runs from March 25…

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Photo of the Week: Isa Grassi

Photo of the Week: Isa Grassi

This weeks photo by Isa Grassi (San Francisco) How would you describe your photo illustrations and which one is your favorite amongst everything that you have worked on? Isa: All my paintings and prints are traditionally made, the only times I work digitally is when…

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5 Highlights from Oscar de la Renta’s Retrospective at the De Young Museum

5 Highlights from Oscar de la Renta’s Retrospective at the De Young Museum

The de Young Museum is on a steady climb up the fashion ladder. After a peek into the world of Balenciaga in 2011 and Bulgari in 2013, and following last year’s High Style exhibition, which came to San Francisco from the Brooklyn Museum, the de…

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Oakland Art Show Pick: Athen B. Gallery’s ‘Hanging Gardens’

Oakland Art Show Pick: Athen B. Gallery’s ‘Hanging Gardens’

Athen B. Gallery presents “Hanging Gardens” a group exhibition by Andrea Heimer, Kate Klingbeil, Michael Olivo, and Woodrow White. These artists use their work as a way to explore both the tangible and imagined parts of life, and how both play a role in our…

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Photo of the Week: Aisya Zalika

Photo of the Week: Aisya Zalika

This weeks photo is by Aisya Zalika (San Francisco) What inspired you to create those photo graphics on your Instagram feed? Aisya: As a graphic designer, I wanted to show and promote my work through Instagram. After a while, I was inspired by one of…

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Local Art Happenings: Lower Branch Celebrates 6th Anniversary at 111 Minna

Local Art Happenings: Lower Branch Celebrates 6th Anniversary at 111 Minna

Lower Branch celebrated their first and second anniversary at 111 Minna and are officially back— this time for their Sixth Anniversary on Friday March 11th. The Lower Branch name first set roots in 2010, with Jarrett (JC) Carlston and Paolo Salazar. Lower Branch has worked with…

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‘Miyazaki Spirit’ Art Show Brings the Magic to Sixth Street

‘Miyazaki Spirit’ Art Show Brings the Magic to Sixth Street

“Miyazaki Spirit” will feature paintings and illustrations inspired by legendary Japanese filmmaker Hayao Miyazaki. This Time Beards and Sketchpad Gallery show will take place on Saturday from 2-6pm and will unveil exclusive limited prints for sale by the artists. Due to high demand, two alternate openings will also…

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Smart, Sexy, Saucy…The Uninhibited Series Delivers the Whole Package

Smart, Sexy, Saucy…The Uninhibited Series Delivers the Whole Package

Shiver me Tinders, the Uninhibited series is here! As spring fever starts to kick in, and with summer romance right around the corner, it’s the perfect time to explore some of our most innate human forces…sex, love, and knowledge. This series of events, parties, and talks at the JCCSF…

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Photo of the Week: Karen Doolittle

Photo of the Week: Karen Doolittle

Submit your photos to be considered for “Photo of the Week” by tagging us on your   Instagram photo and including the hashtag #snapwednesday This weeks photo is by local photographer Karen Doolittle What inspired you to create these vibrant colors on your Instagram feed?…

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Troy Paiva Brings Haunting Post-Human Photography to 111 Minna

Troy Paiva Brings Haunting Post-Human Photography to 111 Minna

Friday March 4th marks the art opening of 111 Minna Gallery’s dual photography exhibition, “Lost America” by Troy Paiva and “Fairy Tale Animals” by Peter Samuels. Troy Paiva’s body of work is a thoughtful selection of hauntingly desolate scenes he’s captured over the past twenty-five…

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‘Moonage Daydream’ Art Show Tribute to the Legendary David Bowie

‘Moonage Daydream’ Art Show Tribute to the Legendary David Bowie

On Friday March 4, Public Works’ Roll Up Gallery is hosting the art opening for Moonage Daydream, an art show tribute to the iconic musician and legendary performer, that is David Bowie. The show will feature artwork from over twenty Bay Area artists in a variety of styles…

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Photo of the Week: Fujio Emura

Photo of the Week: Fujio Emura

Upload your photos to Instagram by tagging us on your photo and using the hashtag, #snapwednesday This weeks photo is by local photographer Fujio Emura What is the concept behind the photoshoot ‘Shape Shifted’? Fujio: I focused mainly by playing around with clothes. We are…

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