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    Legendary Photographer Rink’s Work Featured in New York Exhibit

    Legendary Photographer Rink’s Work Featured in New York Exhibit

    San Francisco Bay Times photographer Rink, who has been photographing LGBT events in the city since the late 60’s, has a work featured in the major new exhibit, “The 1970s:…

    Kay Sekimachi: Student, Teacher, Artist

    Kay Sekimachi: Student, Teacher, Artist

    Produced in close collaboration with San Francisco native Kay Sekimachi (b. 1926), a pioneer in the post-World War II fiber art movement, the exhibition Kay Sekimachi: Student, Teacher, Artist offers…

    Bouquets to Art 2016 Photos courtesy of the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco

    Bouquets to Art 2016  Photos courtesy of the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco

    More than 125 of the Bay Area’s most innovative and sought after floral designers have returned to the de Young for Bouquets to Art 2016, the annual week-long exhibition in…

    WOMEN: New Portraits Annie Leibovitz at Her Intimate, Perceptive Best

    WOMEN: New Portraits  Annie Leibovitz at Her Intimate, Perceptive Best

    Layer upon layer of lush, intimate meaning was evident at Tuesday’s press preview of WOMEN: New Portraits by Annie Leibovitz at The Presidio, which opens to the public tomorrow, March…

    Enormous Vase at de Young Is an Ode to Wine

    Enormous Vase at de Young Is an Ode to Wine

    In front of the de Young sits Poème de la vigne aka “Poem of the vine” (1877–1878, cast in 1882), a monumental bronze vase by Gustave Doré (French, 1832–1883) that…

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