90′s Graff

Photographs by Dave Schubert

Art Openings: SF, NY, LA

Leave the Beef on the BBQ at Guerrero Gallery, Lush at Klughaus, and Shepard Fairey “Americana” at Perry Rubenstein.

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Saturday Night In California

Relics of the New World, a group show featuring Lucien Shapiro, Henry Lewis, Lango Olivera, and Charlie O’Hanlon opens at Cassel Gallery in SF. While down in LA, there’s a one-night-only party called Intersecting(LA).

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The Superpools of Old San Francisco


Watch a history of the Sutro Baths after the jump

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Confessions of an Old Dirty Skateboarder

Mike Giant has a new solo show opening up at FFDG tonight in San Francisco. If you’re in the area, be sure to stop by.

2277 Mission St.

Morning Dose of The Ultimate Urban Playground

DC and Ken Block present Gymkhana FIVE in San Francisco.

Barry & Margaret

The art21 featurette that’ll make the hardest person turn soft.

We’ve shown before, and will show it again. (and probably show it a bunch more times in the future.)

via, @meigs

Lost For Words

Dave Kinsey’s new show at FFDG in San Francisco is full of great work.

Mid-90s SF

more photos and scans at Cment1

Saturday In SF

Two nice openings including Barry McGee and friends at the Contemporary Arts Center.

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With Hopes of Not Pissing Off Barry McGee

Yokonori Stone’s new exhibit opens up tonight (4/5) at the Ever Gold Gallery in San Francisco.


Weirded Out at SFMoMA.

Art Openings: SF, LA, NY

Lots going on including Cleon Peterson’s show “The Brinksman” along with Bill McRight’s “When You Get Power” at Guerrero Gallery in SF.

Plus: NY Art Fairs

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Midnight on the Sun

Jay Howell & Mark Whalen (KIll Pixie) have a show opening up this Saturday at Fecal Face Dot Gallery in San Francisco.

The Golden Girls, Lindsay Lohan, Axl Rose, Alf, Gaddafi, and More

Future Colors of America is a collaboration between Aiyana Udesen, Albert Reyes, and Matt Furie. If it was feasible to buy the entire show, I would.

More at FFDG

Set Design

Richard Colman created some minimalist magic for the set of Tides Theatre’s production Waiting For Godot in San Francisco.

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Artist Eats: Richard Colman


For this installment of “Artist Eats,” we asked Richard Colman to share his favorite place to eat. Rich is a San Francisco-based artist whose intricate, wildly creative paintings often feature decapitations and regurgitated rainbows.

Continue reading for his answer.

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In The Moment: A Benefit Sale/Auction for the Luggage Store

If you’re in the Bay Area, go out and support the Luggage Store this Saturday. You buy some great art in the auction, and be witness to an intimate performance by Devendra Banhart.

More info here

Teen Witch – My So Called Life

For those out in SF, Teen Witch aka Andrea Sonnenberg opens up her first solo show of photography at Fifty24SF tonight (11/3).

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