Posts Tagged “Rebecca Solnit”

In Search of Christopher Maclaine 13: The THE END Tour – A Work in Progress 11: CHRIS A

01.16.2011  |  By

This is the 13th in a multipart series unofficially conjoined to the publication of Radical Light: Alternative Film & Video in the San Francisco Bay Area, 1945–2000, and the accompanying film series currently being presented by the Pacific Film Archive and San Francisco Cinematheque (in partnership with SFMOMA).

With my friend Brian Darr, ... More

5 Questions: Rebecca Solnit

10.06.2010  |  By
Filed under: Conversations

[Five questions to SFMOMA artists, staff, or guests. Rebecca Solnit is a San Francisco-based writer. Her forthcoming book Infinite City: A San Francisco Atlas reimagines traditional map-making to chart not just space and place but people and time in 22 inventive maps. SFMOMA is issuing six broadside copies of seven maps, and collaborating with Soln... More

Zoopraxology

09.28.2010  |  By
Filed under: Essay, One on One

The first comprehensive exhibition of the work of Eadweard Muybridge, protean genius of early photography, is coming to SFMOMA next February. It will arrive by way of the Corcoran Gallery in Washington and now Tate Britain, where I caught the show a day or two after it opened earlier this month. Tate Britain in Pimlico is the original Tate Gallery,... More

75 Reasons to Live: Rebecca Solnit on Jay DeFeo

08.09.2010  |  By
Filed under: One on One

San Francisco-based writer Rebecca Solnit‘s forthcoming book Infinite City: A San Francisco Atlas reimagines traditional map-making in 22 inventive maps, 7 of which SFMOMA is issuing this year in broadside copies linked to a series of Live Art events. The second program of the series is this weekend. Rebecca speaks here about what it meant, e... More

5 Questions: Stella Lochman

08.04.2010  |  By
Filed under: Conversations

[Five questions to SFMOMA artists, staff, or guests.  Today I spoke with Stella Lochman, the education and public programs assistant at SFMOMA. For those of you who've attended any public program in the past year, you've probably seen her, walkie-talkie in hand, making it happen. She is also a  San Franciscan, born and raised.]

If you could steal a... More