Art and Culture
Ed Ruscha’s exhibition “Ed Ruscha and the Great American West”, can be seen for the first time at The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco July 16 through October 9.
Illustrations from the European fairy tale collection ‘East of the Sun and West of the Moon’ inspired Fendi’s 90th-anniversary runway exposition.
Sotheby’s will stage Bowie/Collector, a three-part sale encompassing some 400 items from the personal collection of legendary musician David Bowie from November 1 through November 10.
Norah and Norman Stone recently opened the doors to The Art Cave at their Calistoga estate, Stonescape, exhibiting pieces from their extensive, world-class art collection, during an all-day event for friends, family, and art connoisseurs.
We love Valentino’s Fall 2016 menswear campaign, shot by legendary photographer David Bailey.
The Asian Art Museum honored their heroes in San Francisco on June 7th, 2016.
Take a look at this spectacular art exhibit, COUP D’ETAT, by Suzy Kellems Dominik.
To celebrate the company’s many artistic collaborations over the years, an online gallery will display works of art which have been essential to Schiaparelli’s designs.
Amanda Hearst and Hassan Pierre’s luxury concept boutique and ecommerce company Maison-De-Mode.com recently hosted a Spring Fiesta to celebrate the opening of its two-week long pop-up in San Francisco on Maiden Lane.
Larry Gagosian recently welcomed the Bay Area’s leading art collectors to the opening of Gagosian Gallery San Francisco.
Joni Binder’s new book, “Mile 46: Face to Face in Maasailand,” depicts the author at 21 as she explores a tradition quiet foreign to her own. At the same time, a young Barack Obama undergoes his own journey not far away.
The 2016 FOG Design + Art Fair opened with a tribute to David Bowie, and provided an exciting overview of the best offerings in modern and contemporary art and design.
The new SFMOMA will officially open on May 14, 2016.
The Jessica Silverman Gallery is presenting the newest work by Shannon Finley in a solo exhibit entitled Paintings for the Future.
Tinariwen, the north African nomads who are considered among the great rock bands in the world right now, will be performing in San Francisco on August 15, 2015.
With the news that Raphael’s masterpiece, “Portrait of a Lady with a Unicorn” will be on display at the Legion of Honor in January 2016, Damion Matthews takes a look at the enigmatic painting.