Acción Latina’s Juan R. Fuentes Gallery

New group art exposition embraces Frisco’s funky side

Historically known as a refuge for bohemians, San Francisco has welcomed those who’ve veered off…

A father and son present their version of SF

Living for the city isn’t just a Stevie Wonder song; for the father-son artist duo—George…

Cultural District to honor 50th anniversary of Los Siete

[su_carousel source=”media: 40193,40251,40252,40164,40255,40254,40161,40256,40253″ limit=”100″ link=”lightbox” width=”800″ height=”540″ responsive=”no” items=”1″] While obscured by history today, the…

SF-born muralists debut special exhibition of studio paintings

[su_carousel source=”media: 39871,39873,39874,39875,39877″ limit=”100″ link=”lightbox” width=”800″ height=”540″ responsive=”no” items=”1″] Artists Max Marttila and Eli Lippert…

New photo exhibit pays visual tribute to 40 years of Carnaval

The Mission District’s annual Carnaval celebration will commemorate its 40th anniversary with a retrospective photo…

Chicano art pioneer’s work continues to resonate in new retrospective exhibit

For Malaquias Montoya—a renowned artist and pioneering figure during the Chicano arts movement of the…

Artist opens creative dialog between SF and San Jose with new show

[su_carousel source=”media: 34012,34013,34014,34015,34016,34017,34018,34019″ limit=”60″ link=”lightbox” width=”800″ height=”540″ responsive=”no” items=”1″] San Jose artist Samuel “Sam” Rodriguez…

Exhibition highlights importance of art in tumultuous times

[su_carousel source=”media: 33139,33140,33141″ limit=”60″ link=”lightbox” width=”800″ height=”540″ responsive=”no” items=”1″] Given the events of the not…