October 2017

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Pamela and David Hornik Curate a Collection Defined by the Human Figure

Pamela and David Hornik Curate a Collection Defined by the Human Figure

The husband and wife, who began acquiring art together 13 years ago, recently completed a new guest residence to house not only a regular rotation of creative guests, friends and family, but a superb collection of figurative work.
Grant Gibson Curates Art and Design for a Frameworthy San Francisco Home

Grant Gibson Curates Art and Design for a Frameworthy San Francisco Home

Interior designer Grant Gibson delivered a home that is both gallery and living space
The Home of Artist Katherine Jacobus Reveals an Inspired Personal History

The Home of Artist Katherine Jacobus Reveals an Inspired Personal History

Jacobus’ own legacy of artistry is evident throughout the home.
A Watercolorist’s Spirit Lives on at Elliott and Anna Branwene’s Garden in Sebastopol

A Watercolorist’s Spirit Lives on at Elliott and Anna Branwene’s Garden in Sebastopol

Seldom do you find a garden whose beauty responds so directly to the wide-open sky of Northern California.
Julie Mehretu’s Monumental Diptych Debuts at SFMOMA

Julie Mehretu’s Monumental Diptych Debuts at SFMOMA

Among the most significant artists of her generation, Mehretu is known for abstract paintings that reflect the speed and interconnectivity of 21st century culture.
The McEvoy Foundation Inaugural Exhibition Honors Arts Matriarch Nan Tucker McEvoy

The McEvoy Foundation Inaugural Exhibition Honors Arts Matriarch Nan Tucker McEvoy

With the passing of leading philanthropist Nan Tucker McEvoy in 2015, San Francisco lost a passionate and beloved supporter of the arts; "La Mère La Mer" celebrates her legacy as a collector.
Gallerist Aimee Friberg Champions Risk-Taking Artists in Her New NOPA Space

Gallerist Aimee Friberg Champions Risk-Taking Artists in Her New NOPA Space

Contemporary art dealer Aimee Friberg has a penchant for edgy work that tackles big questions.
The Fine Arts Museums’ Contemporary Curator Claudia Schmuckli Cultivates the Future

The Fine Arts Museums’ Contemporary Curator Claudia Schmuckli Cultivates the Future

In her first year at FAMSF, she has brought new work by international artists including Urs Fischer and Sarah Lucas to the Bay Area.
The Headlands Debuts Three New Exterior Commissions

The Headlands Debuts Three New Exterior Commissions

Our commitment is to provide artists with vital support—time and space to create work in an unparalleled physical environment.
 San Francisco and Paris-based KADIST Curates from a Global Perspective

San Francisco and Paris-based KADIST Curates from a Global Perspective

From a low-key gallery space at the corner of 20th, KADIST engages with leading-edge contemporary art culture.
The Bay Area's Rich Film History Leads to a Revival of the Home Theater

The Bay Area's Rich Film History Leads to a Revival of the Home Theater

For developers offering homes at the very high end of the market, a dedicated home theater is a distinguishing amenity.
A Fond Farewell

A Fond Farewell

In November 2013 when we began work on the first issue of SFC&G, we decided to title it “A Sense of Place” to convey our mission of capturing the special geographic and artistic character of San Francisco. Little did we know the journey that lay ahead.
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