Art Tonight in New York… and San Francisco


It’s culture season in New York and while we’ll be covering upcoming shows in our Fall Preview, here is a taste of what’s happening tonight. For those out West, Sandy Kim is at Ever Gold and Dave Kinsey is at FFDG.

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Art Tonight and This Weekend in New York and Beyond


A good ol’ fashioned flyer party after the jump

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Art Tonight and This Weekend in New York and Beyond


A good ol’ fashioned flyer party after the jump

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Artist Eats: Andrew Schoultz


For this installment of “Artist Eats,” we asked Andrew Schoultz to share his favorite place to eat. Andrew is a San Francisco-based artist whose themes of chaos and destruction often take form as large-scale installations and murals. Continue reading for his answer.

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“He actually saw the saw coming up (through the floor) and trying to saw through”


Some landlords will try do anything to try to get their tenants out of the building. Meet San Francisco’s “Landlords From Hell.”

Installation View: Richard Colman – Miles From Home

On view through June 15th at Guerrero Gallery in San Francisco, California.

Installation View: Alex Lukas at Guerrero Gallery

Plant life is in full effect in San Francisco until June 15th.

Artistic Homes of California

Wealthy residences in the Bay Area circa 1888.

San Francisco Photography

Travis Jensen, Andrea Sonnenberg, and Ted Pushinsky at Guerrero Gallery. On view through May 4th.

Lunchtime Laughter

The Best of Craigslist: Dolores Park around noon m4w

Art Openings in California This Weekend


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Nips: Goldschläger


The spring evenings in San Francisco are drunk with gold. It pours down the avenues of the Sunset. It ignites each leaf of the acacias along Frederick Street. Gold collects in a rich haze over Ocean Beach. It makes a summer haystack out of Potrero Hill. It gilds the telephone lines on Downey Street, stretching a web of bright metal. Gold blows out the windows of the Painted Ladies. It lays down bright parallelograms under the eucalyptus on the Panhandle. It lights the massive glowing arteries of the 101. It alchemizes the skyscrapers on Market Street, creating a city of gold slabs. I love living in this city, I love the Pacific light, and I love the motto given by the city fathers in 1859: “Gold in Peace, Iron in War.”

Goldschläger tastes entirely quotidian, but the gold flecks approach the sublime.


—Arlo Crawford / @museumy


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