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Calendar, Night&Day A Partnership Made in Heaven

A Partnership Made in Heaven

Add Hiroshi Sugimoto and God to the list of great artistic collaborators, joining the ranks of Jean-Michel Basquiat and Andy Warhol, Luis Buñuel and Salvador Dalí. In 2012, three years after Sugimoto photographed Mexican artist Sergio Bustamante's re-creation of…
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Music, All Shook Down The Roxie's Post-Punk Film Series This Weekend: Here's What You Need to Know

The Roxie's Post-Punk Film Series This Weekend: Here's What You Need to Know

We absolutely thrive on live music, but the snarky bartenders, fickle sound systems, and the general social hustle of attending local concerts can be draining. Occasionally we need a weekend of solitude and darkness, but don't want to forego assimilating…
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Calendar, Night&Day Backstage at the Art Exhibit

Backstage at the Art Exhibit

Curators are underappreciated. Sure, you’ve heard of Jean-Michel Basquiat, but have you heard of the person who decided to put his art on the walls in the first place, helped him choose which paintings to show, or considered what color…
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News, Matt Smith

Troubled Pacific Heights art dealers still in business

Correction Matt Smith's Jan. 7 column, "Artist Con," stated that art dealer Nancy Wandlass pleaded guilty to felony embezzlement charges. In fact, Wandlass pleaded guilty only to a single felony embezzlement charge. The column stated that in February 2007, her…
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Calendar, Night&Day Black, White, and Art Cred All Over

Black, White, and Art Cred All Over

Adrián Arias is a poet, artist, and provocateur, which makes him the perfect host for "Illusion 7." At this annual art happening, guests dress in black, artists dress in white, and the walls and floors are wrapped in blank white…
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Best of San Francisco, Shopping & Services

Best Graffiti Supplies

Future Primitive Sound 597 Haight (at Steiner), 551-2328, Graffiti has come a long way in the past 30 years. Once an illicit juvenile pastime that drew the scorn of anyone over the age of 20, it has arguably become…
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Music, Vincent Gallo

Vincent Gallo

Maybe quiet really is the new loud. What else would explain the seeming incongruity of bad-boy filmmaker Vincent Gallo producing an album as simple, understated, and moving as When? Best known as the auteur behind 1998's Buffalo '66, Gallo is…
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Calendar, Night&Day

Night + Day

Wednesday February 3 Critical Condition Sickness creeps through Denis Johnson's story collection Jesus' Son like a stealthy burglar, stripping characters of their wits and well-being. Narrated by a man whose life has been wracked by chemical dependencies, the stories unfold…
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Luv Story

To paraphrase Dwight Okita, a poet I'm fond of, an artist's greatest responsibility is to constantly diversify, branch out, and evolve. But now that we're in the latter half of the '90s, I wonder if this decade is going to…
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