NEON presents a history lesson with great archival flicks.
From Copenhagen to New York to San Francisco, there’s a whole bunch of good shows to see.
Mike Giant’s sold out show at FFDG is killer. On view through March 8th
The Grateful Dead are a point of focus in this 1967 investigative report by Harry Reasoner.
We go east to west rounding up some notable shows opening this weekend.
Happy people in the Bay Area can leave their granola at home and go watch the best Saturday morning cartoon live this Saturday morning (2/8) as SF Sketchfest brings Jim Dirschberger, Andreas Trolf, and Jay Howell’s rad cartoon back to the city where it was created. More info and tickets here.
For this installment of “Artist Eats,” we asked Hilary Pecis to share her favorite place to eat. Hilary is a Los Angeles-based artist whose work is a depiction of landscapes influenced by Internet, television and other media sources. With an interest and focus on the interchangeability of images and the capability to perceive and ignore them, Pecis draws attention to how we are conditioned by the media’s overwhelming supply of information. Continue reading for her answer.
For this installment of “Artist Eats,” we asked Ala Ebtekar to share his favorite place to eat. Ala is a San Francisco-based artist known for his work in painting, drawing and installation, which explore the juncture between history and myth, forging a multi-faceted project that melds Persian mythology, science, philosophy and pop culture. Continue reading for his answer.
A Toast Story by John Gravois
How did toast become the latest artisanal food craze? Ask a trivial question, get a profound, heartbreaking answer.
photo via Food GPS