.Sarah Burke

Mar 7, 2017

The New Situationists at Pro Arts Gallery in Oakland

In December 1977, the Billboard Liberation Front “improved” their first advertisement: The San Francisco billboard for Fact Cigarettes originally read “I’m realistic. I smoke...
Feb 28, 2017

Erica Deeman: Silhouettes at BAMPFA

In 1928, African-American author Zora Neal Hurston famously wrote “I feel most colored when I am thrown against a sharp white background.” And in...
Feb 21, 2017

Sooner or Later At Southern Exposure

This is the last week to catch a glimpse of what’s in store via Sooner or Later: Non-Euclidean visions of the future as a...
Feb 14, 2017

Pathways / In and Out at Johansson Projects gallery

When you’re a child and the lights get turned out, all the objects in the room transform, augmented by their massive shadows into items...
Feb 7, 2017

Lynn Hershman Leeson: Civic Radar At Yerba Buena Center for the Arts

Lynn Hershman Leeson pioneered work about issues most pertinent today before they were even on the radar. A seminal cyberfeminist thinker, Hershman Leeson’s experimentation...
Jan 31, 2017

Diana Al-Hadid and Elena Dorfman at Mills College Art Museum

Artist Diana Al-Hadid was born in Syria and raised in Ohio. The work in her eponymous show, currently at the Mills College Art Museum...
Jan 24, 2017

We’re Still Working: The Art of Sex Work At SOMArts

There are a million misconceptions about sex work. Who are sex workers? What leads people to sex work? What does sex work look like?...
Jan 17, 2017

diane arbus: in the beginning at SFMOMA

One of Diane Arbus’ most famous photographs shows a young boy in Central Park gripping a toy hand grenade and contorting his face with...