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Pieces of Me: NFT Exhibition

TRANSFER 1000 S Hope Street, Suite 420, Los Angeles, CA

The artists in this exhibition are known for their explorations of identity, being, and phenomenology in digitally-mediated realities, and represent a survey of the past, present and future of ‘digital art’.


Next to You

McEvoy Foundation for the Arts 1150 25th Street, San Francisco, CA

McEvoy Foundation for the Arts is pleased to announce 'Next to You,' an exhibition of…


Kronos Festival: Ellen Reid SOUNDWALK

McEvoy Foundation for the Arts 1150 25th Street, San Francisco, CA

Discover a site-specific, GPS-enabled musical installation with new music by Kronos Quartet in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park.


Looking Back: 10 Years of Pier 24 Photography

Pier 24 Photography Pier 24, The Embarcadero, San Francisco, CA

With its other thematic galleries, Looking Back reconsiders subjects explored previously in some of the ten exhibitions since Pier 24 opened.


Wind Over Water

Round Weather 951 Aileen St., Oakland, CA

The show focuses on art as meditation device and practice.


Joan Mitchell

SFMOMA 151 3rd Street, San Francisco, CA

Joan Mitchell will be a comprehensive retrospective featuring approximately 80 distinguished works.


The Missing Circle, curated by Magalí Arriola

Kadist 3295 20th Street, San Francisco, CA

The group exhibition revisits particular episodes in Latin America's political history to explore the role that counted corpses and unaccounted souls play in the world of the living.


Carrie Mae Weems: Witness

Fraenkel Gallery 49 Geary Street, San Francisco, CA

Weems’s inaugural show at the gallery includes early documentary-style photographs of family, and her iconic Kitchen Table series.


Maia Cruz Palileo: Long Kwento

CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts 360 Kansas Street, San Francisco, CA

Palileo recontextualizes these stories, portraits, and images in an attempt to resuscitate these figures from the exploitative gaze of these ethnographic images.


Yvonne Mouser: The Shape of Time

Municipal Bonds 1275 Minnesota Street, San Francisco, CA

She approaches each new object-making effort as an exercise in restraint, focusing on the purity of an idea and the most direct construction methods in an attempt to achieve simplicity in the final outcome.


Coady Brown: Only in the Darkness Can You See the Stars

Shulamit Nazarian 616 N La Brea Ave, Los Angeles, CA

Brown’s paintings examine how groups, couples, and solitary figures navigate self-presentation in private and public life. For this new series, ⁠Brown utilizes the dark nightlife of a disco as a thematic parameter to conjure the experience of gathering in a space designated for catharsis and ecstatic exaltation.


Awol Erizku: Scorched Earth

Night Gallery 2276 E 16th Street, Los Angeles, CA

By subverting expectation, Erizku presents his images as a living and breathing entity—something as transformable as our personal understandings of the world.


Susan Chen: I Am Not a Virus

Night Gallery 2276 E 16th Street, Los Angeles, CA

Informed by just a few hours of Zoom conversation with each person, Chen creates compositions that illuminate the experiences, desires, and emotions of her sitters.



Mills College Art Museum 5000 MacArthur Blvd, Oakland, CA

The images she chooses are drawn from web searches, text messages, social media content, and personal pictures, raising questions about authenticity and exploring the difficulty and lack of desire to distinguish between reality and fiction.


Ceramics: Mingei to Modern

Blunk Space 11101 highway 1, #105, Pt. Reyes Station, CA

Both functional and decorative works from the 1950s to today will describe the significant impact the mingei movement has had on the practice of JB Blunk, many of his peers and contemporary artists working with clay.


Chris Fallon: Irresistible Deception

Yves Behar's fusespace 1401 16th StSan Francisco,

In this new body of work, Fallon — known for his striking images of ambiguous figures that both draw on and challenge existing traditions of portraiture — explores how the practice of collecting shapes the fashioning of domestic space.


Chris Komater: Allegory of Inclination

Mercury 20 Gallery 475 25th Street, Oakland, CA

His desires and narratives are given visual form through photography, a medium that is as true and objective as it is malleable and obfuscating.


Raymond L. Haywood: Love Letters and Love Notes

Mercury 20 Gallery 475 25th Street, Oakland, CA

Through a key decision to incorporate the color black as ground, Haywood has produced his most mature body of work to date.



Hosfelt Gallery 260 Utah Street, San Francisco, CA

The jumping-off place are artworks referring to lexicons or cartography, which become metaphors for finding our place in the universe.