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Three Art Galleries to Visit This Week

Artists, collectors, curators and gallery owners are flocking to Art Basel in Miami this week. But, for those of you sticking around town, check out the inaugural show at CULT, a contemporary gallery founded by curator and performance artist Aimee Friberg, and two other intriguing exhibits. 

Three Art Exhibits Worthy of Your Time

Word to MotherCalifornia Coming Home at White Walls

California Coming Home captures the free-spirited nature of San Francisco.

Spend a Saturday Afternoon with Chinese Art

NanHai Art is building some buzz around its commercial gallery, set to open in the New Year.

The Carrie Mae Weems Retrospective Stops in Stanford

Family Reunion from Family Pictures and Stories

Carrie Mae Weems: Three Decades of Photography and Video opened at the Cantor Arts Center at Stanford University with much fanfare last week.

Art Gallery Openings You Don't Want to Miss

A couple of intriguing group exhibitions take over downtown gallery spaces.

Three Must-See Art Gallery Openings

It's a photography hat trick in the San Francisco art scene this week.

How Did Silicon Valley Become a Tech Mecca?

Winchester Mystery House circa 1900.

When commercial real estate broker Mary Wadden returned to the South Bay after years in San Francisco, she started to wonder how Silicon Valley became the tech Mecca it is today.

Four Galleries Celebrate their Move to Lower Potrero Hill

Ed Moses’ Red over Black, 2012, mixed media on canvas, 48 x 36 inches

Potrero Hill is known for its sunny weather, views of the San Francisco’s skyline and industrial landscape, but in time, it may also develop a reputation as the city’s new contemporary art district. 

Potrero Hill's fuseproject: Where Art and Contemporary Design Finally Meet

Nicole Wermers, Untitled (bench), 2010

Amongst the blocks of non-descript warehouses in Potrero Hill sits a graffitied building housing fuseproject, the world-renowned design studio founded by Yves Behar. But that’s not the only thing that sets this building apart from its humdrum neighbors.

Four Art Shows to See Before Summer End

E. Dale Erickson, "Wisconsin Lake", 2010, oil on canvas, 27" x 35"

These vibrant shows are bound to fire your imagination during the final weeks of summer.

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