A few weeks ago, an unusual art experiment took place; an evening of toying with the rules. It was at the SFMOMA, but the art practices being highlighted belonged to the museum staff rather than exhibiting or collection artists. My name is Laura Brunow Miner, and I’m the event designer who organized Inside Outside SFMOMA […]
Last Thursday, Adrien Rovero’s interactive installation “Shore” was unveiled to the public. Created in collaboration with PCH engineering, “Shore” was the centerpiece of San Francisco Design Week 2019’s opening night. Although the exhibition is (very) temporary—it opened on Thursday night and only remained open during the daytime the next day—“Shore” opened Design Week, pushing ecologically […]
We live in the San Francisco Bay Area and are indeed aware of problems such as homelessness, a disparity between wealth and immigration in this city; but how do we begin to understand the concept at its core? Cooperating with the Goethe-Institute San Francisco, “re:home,” a For Freedoms exhibition and community action, opened its doors […]
This means much more than just a smattering of massive, gorgeous canvases… It often strikes me quite plainly, the contrasts of this city. The modern innovation mixed with history, the buzz of youth coexisting with the hum of the long established, the profound wealth just a street over from poverty. This juxtaposition of two extremities […]
Better For Living to book an appointment — Ridge Space, 634 15th Street, Oakland. Written by Anthony Rogers, photos courtesy of Giffen Clark Ott — Have you checked our Fall Arts Guide? All the best exhibitions, appearance, and openings on one page.