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111 Minna Presents: “No Vacancy” A Solo Show by Emily Fromm

111 Minna Presents: “No Vacancy” A Solo Show by Emily Fromm

Local artist Emily Fromm returns to 111 Minna for her second solo show with the gallery entitled “No Vacancy” opening in San Francisco on January 11th. Employing her signature flat, cartoonish style, this show contains about 50 paintings and pieces of original art in two…

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Insightful and Evocative “Working Girls” Photos Discovered in the Bay Area

Insightful and Evocative “Working Girls” Photos Discovered in the Bay Area

On November 15th, Serge Sorokko Gallery will open Working Girls: An American Brothel Circa 1892, an exhibition of photographs from an upscale brothel in Reading, Pennsylvania taken by American photographer William I. Goldman. In conjunction with the release of the book of the same title…

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Nychos Journeys Within to Free Himself

Nychos Journeys Within to Free Himself

Nychos is no stranger to San Francisco. With several murals in the Bay Area and what is already an extensive list of exhibitions here, his work is recognizable. With Endless Layers till Consciousness, opening at Mirus Gallery on November 9th, we get to see the…

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10 Artists Whose Artwork Screams Halloween

10 Artists Whose Artwork Screams Halloween

It’s that time of year again; ghouls, ghosts, costumes, candy, and of course all things spooky—it’s Halloween! We’re already getting excited for the big day and put together a little slideshow with artists whose work celebrates October 31st all year round. Check out the eerily…

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‘FEELS’ Elevates Bay Area Artists, An Interview with Founder Max Gibson

‘FEELS’ Elevates Bay Area Artists, An Interview with Founder Max Gibson

The Oakland art and music scene will be heading to Richmond on June 16th for the sixth edition of FEELS, a music and art exhibition celebrating the creativity of the Bay Area and beyond. Filling 45,000 square feet of the Craneway Pavilion, FEELS6 is sure to…

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Oakland’s Naming Gallery Presents ‘The Human Animal’ by Paedmorf & Roste

Oakland’s Naming Gallery Presents ‘The Human Animal’ by Paedmorf & Roste

Seeing humans as their own version of a domestic animal, Paedmorf and Roste explore destruction, modern society, nature, and dogs, in their latest joint exhibition of drawings and photographs at Oakland’s Naming Gallery. Leaving Oakland at the start of 2017, artists Paedmorf and Roste headed to…

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‘Who Killed Hunter S. Thompson?’ The Long-Awaited Mega Book Release by Last Gasp Publishing

‘Who Killed Hunter S. Thompson?’ The Long-Awaited Mega Book Release by Last Gasp Publishing

Ron Turner, founder of Last Gasp Publishing, provocateur, and self-proclaimed “old hippy” is a hard man to pin down. I can always get a hold of him, but having a conversation or interview in a quiet location is simply out of the question–it’s got to…

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Heron Art & Wolfbat Lure SF into the Lair of Mythical Creatures & Psychedelic Landscapes

Heron Art & Wolfbat Lure SF into the Lair of Mythical Creatures & Psychedelic Landscapes

Did your Halloween fall short of expectations? Don’t worry! The best Halloween block party in SF is coming up this Friday at Heron Arts. On Friday, November 3rd, Heron Arts will host “HalloWolfbat: A Visual Conjuring and Performative Art Installation & Exhibition” by artist Dennis…

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The 5 Best Insta-Proof Experiences in SF Right Now

The 5 Best Insta-Proof Experiences in SF Right Now

2017 brought our fair city not one but two exhibitions which hinge (practically solely) on their ability to be photographed. Instagram was flooded, FOMO was felt, and hardly anyone got a ticket. First up was the Color Factory, complete with an impossible-to-get $35 admission ticket,…

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