Hunter Saxony III relies on centuries-old calligraphic techniques to create art that explores identity, justice, and mortality.
For four decades, Claudio Mariani has been restoring—or re-creating—furniture with design techniques that reach back centuries.
The Central Valley artist spent six years and traveled more than 100,000 miles—often by bus—taking photos across the United States.
Michael Light’s aerial photography finds beauty in the traces we leave on the western landscape.
The artist’s rectangular forms are right at home in the wide-open Mojave Desert.
Josie Iselin’s stunning new book, The Curious World of Seaweed, proves that it’s much more than a sushi wrap.
The robots have come for our art. A pair of shows explore what it means to be human in the age of artificial intelligence.
American style takes many forms—from black power to blue jeans—in these upcoming Bay Area art shows.