Halloween Guide

Jessica Moskowitz

SF Station Writer

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Shepard Fairey explores the complexities of our time
By Jessica Moskowitz (Aug 19, 2008)
Boyish and clean cut, skater punk and engineer of dissent, genius behind the Obey Giant street art movement, Shepard Fairey is an artist who understands the complexity of the human experience. His current show “Duality of Humanity” highlights the ironies of fighting wars to achieve peace and working towards environmental sustainability for the sake of continuing endless consumption. More »
MoAd’s timely exhibit a must-see
By Jessica Moskowitz (Jul 24, 2008)
On exhibit at the de Young is the vibrant work of Chihuly and SFMOMA has the revolutionary work of Mexican artist Frida Kahlo. If you’ve already been to San Francisco’s big two, it’s time to explore the Museum of African Diaspora’s (MoAD) contemplative, civically-inspiring “Double Exposure: African Americans Before and Behind the Camera", organized by The Amistad Center for Art & Culture with curators Lisa Henry, M.A. and W. Frank Mitchell, Ph.D. This timely, collective body of work is not to be missed, especially considering the African American population of San Francisco is depleting faster than you can say gentrification. More »
Two acts are better than one
By Jessica Moskowitz (Jul 15, 2008)
Theater aficionados, thespians and patrons of the alternative art community -- these are the people that will enjoy “Bad Habits", Terrance McNally’s billing of one-acts that highlight the absurdity of our self medicating society currently on stage at the black box Mission space Theater Rhinoceros. Everyone else should stay at home. More »
Tony winner leaves audience joyous
By Jessica Moskowitz (Jul 01, 2008)
If you adoringly hum refrains from the American musicals of Cole Porter and George and Ira Gershwin, you will be charmed and delighted by the frolicking, play within a play “The Drowsy Chaperone” currently on stage at SHN’s ornate Orpheum Theater. If you prefer baseball to musical theater you may not understand some of the shows self-referential humor, but you will still have a damn good time. More »
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