From now through January 20, 2020, the California Academy of Sciences is presenting Skin: Living Armor, EvolvingView full post »
This week only! Bouquets to Art (June 4-9, 2019)
It’s the de Young Museum’s most popular exhibit, and it’s now in itsView full post »
Andy Warhol: Beyond the Soup Can
If you ask anybody to name the most famous contemporary (OK, almost contemporary)View full post »
The most exciting exhibit I’ve seen this year is at MoAD, Museum of the African Diaspora. Coffee, Rhum, SugarView full post »
Best. Exhibit. Ever.
If you’re not lucky enough to live in San Francisco, this exhibit is worth a trip to theView full post »
They came to the tracks …
June 5, 1968. Robert F. Kennedy is assassinated.
June 8, 1968. The funeral trainView full post »
The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, SFMOMA, is presenting Robert Rauschenberg, Erasing the Rules. Not only wasView full post »
DOUBLE HEADER (First Game)
On their next trip to San Francisco, your readers can take in a big double-header. Here’sView full post »
On their next trip to San Francisco, your readers can take in a big double-header. Through February 4, the SanView full post »
IF YOU GO-OH TO SANTA CRUZ …
“How will you make history?”
In the heart of Santa Cruz, I’ve found a museumView full post »
What’s seven years old, sits under a bridge and is missed by most San Francisco visitors?
Pier 24 Photography.
OnView full post »
Rodin is famous for The Thinker, but also for The Kiss and a number of other sculptures.
Warhol is known for his soupView full post »
Among the smaller museums in San Francisco is the GLBT History Museum in the heart of the Castro, our internationallyView full post »
IF YOU GO-OH TO SAN FRANCISCO …
So many surprises come with Urs Fischer: The Public & the Private, theView full post »
IF YOU GO TO SAN FRANCISCO …
When you visit the Legion of Honor’s “Monet: The Early Years” don’t expect to seeView full post »
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