We're excited to bring you episode two of Meyhem Lauren's Got the Fever TV, featuring Jakee!
A thrilling documentary on the life and work of the groundbreaking photographer and filmmaker, Robert Frank; from his seminal book of photography, "The Americans," to his revolutionary films with The
Over the last two weeks we have been featuring the videos series Probation Vacation: Lost In Asia by Utah and Ether, which follows the expat graffiti adventurers through the subway systems of 11 coun
Watch Alex Pardee make a ghost as he prepares for his upcoming show "The Astralnauts" with Matt Ritchie, opening June 10th at Gallery 1988:West in Los Angeles.
A group show that represents fresh perspectives from compelling multinational artists who are constantly pushing the boundaries of convention.
The continued success of Jonas Wood hits new heights in a brand new exhibition at Gagosian Gallery in London.
Dill's exhibition at Spoke Art is an exploration into the artist's own understanding of his surroundings and the ever-changing landscape of the Bay Area.
Jaybo Monk returns to Amsterdam with a brand new show at Kallenbach Gallery, "Holes and Nothings." The show opens Friday, December 11 at the gallery and will be on view through January 31, 2016.
As a longtime admirer of the fading craft of sign painting, Powers has revitalized the tradition of colorful, hand-painted signage and advertisements in an age of digitization.
An exhibition featuring the works of seventeen dynamic painters and mixed media artists from the Bay Area and beyond.
Several prominent Bay Area artists come together under various aliases for this promising group show tonight.
Erik Parker's iconic, highly-saturated palette and intricate compositions are amplified by collage and airbrush techniques that create a balance of density and open space.
"Midlife" examines what life dishes out, and does it with this artist’s characteristic candor and humor. Be prepared to look, laugh and reflect in equal measure.
Marsone’s Portraits: Serenity With a Touch of Magical Realism
Whatever James Joyce—no, not that one—has done, it’s always been big.
A new exhibit invites visitors to journey with Donjuan as he continues to explore his personal narrative of societal constructs and perceptions of illegal immigration.