This brief, five-part series — named after a section of composer Lou Harrison‘s (1917-2003) Rhymes With Silver — pairs an image of San Francisco from the SFMOMA Collection with a piece of music also created in or indebted to the Bay Area at large.
We met with Ingrid Rojas Contreras and Jeremiah Barber in the gallery of their current joint exhibition Lo real maravilloso at Mission Cultural Center to talk about their ongoing collaboration. Ingrid identifies primarily as a writer and Jeremiah as a visual artist; however, their connection and collaboration of more than a decade blurs boundaries between words and images.
Originally from the musically rich Motor City, Detroit, Michigan, Oluyemi Thomas has been a San Francisco Bay Area resident since ... More
My interest in doing this interview with Oakland musician Oluyemi Thomas stems from a desire to get a wide range ... More
“Palimpsest, i.e., a parchment from which one writing has been erased to make room for another.” H.D. Painter Philip Guston & ... More
While visiting Githinji’s studio at 1018 Pine street in West Oakland we talked about a lot of things, mostly about ... More
A Haitian visual artist named Florencia Pierre visited San Francisco this weekend and blessed the ground of a public park ... More
Visitors to the 2008 SECA Art Award exhibition will remember The Magic Window, a suite of drawings and video from ... More