Bay Motion: Capturing San Francisco Bay on Film and A Cinematic History of Fog in San Francisco visualize what the region looks like from unconventional points of view, and pay homage to a meteorological event that stirs a mix of responses from area residents.
THE THING is a quarterly "publication" designed by guest artists that has taken many forms: from James Franco's switchblade to Miranda July's window shades. With Moment to Moment, the latest edition is in billboard form, providing its own unique take on advertising.
SECA (Society for the Encouragement of Contemporary Art) Award-winner Zarouhie Abdalian's exhibition at the Berkeley Art Museum challenge us, with equal measure of playfulness and menace, to take stock of our perceptions.
The exhibition of Stackpole's black and white images of workers building the Bay Bridge portrays a turning point in Bay Area history and subtle commentary on the impact of labor and technology in our daily lives.
Artists Seth Curcio and Dan Swindel were tapped to install their work on and around a stairwell in a Fruitvale live/work space for the latest in Stairwell's ongoing exploration of the Bay Area's staircases and their surroundings.
Bernard and Shirley Kinsey's collection of fine art and ephemera constitutes a unique museum experience, offering a glimpse of the challenges and triumphs of African American life through historical documentation and dazzling visual art.
Chicago-based photographer Jason Lazarus collects the reminders of pain, sorrow, shame, and a universe of other emotions with his Too Hard to Keep project, an archive of donated objects that carry an emotional charge.