Inspired by Grace Lee Boggs, Grow Our Souls showcases twelve artists who are reimagining labor in an era of climate change and late-stage capitalism. From yoga mat paintings celebrating Black and Brown humanity to seed installations speculating sustainable food futures, artists present sumptuous and abundant possibilities while illuminating industry practices that maintain labor inequities.
Allegra’s TEXERE: The Shape of Loss Is a Tapestry is a living, interactive memorial to losses of all sizes in our lives.
Through found objects and wry humor, Hugo Montoya reveals problematic cultural stereotypes.
Oenema’s work is a meditation on cultivating clarity, the resonance of quietude.
When you walk into Ratio 3, one of the first artworks you encounter doesn’t initially…
Wayne Tiebaud’s distinctly Californian sense of lighting and the perfect non-alcoholic aperitif.
Ironically and satisfyingly, the highly intellectual process of creating these works — grounded in physics and color theory — generates supremely sensuous and transcendent paintings.
Jutting out from the rugged coastline at Lands End, near barbed Seal Rock and the…
Her fascination with the American West began with a road trip to Nevada in 1982 and became a decade-long project, and her German upbringing allowed for a curious yet critical outsider’s outlook of America.
Discover a site-specific, GPS-enabled musical installation with new music by Kronos Quartet in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park.