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On the Cheap Listings

January 29, 2013
On the Cheap listings compiled by Cortney Clift. Submit items for the listings at listings@sfbg.com. For further information on how to submit items for...

The Haight Street Banksy rat is looking for a good home

January 11, 2013
Kerfuffle attended the publication of my Street Seen column on the reappropriated Banksy street art that popped up at Context art fair during Art Basel...

I sell a rat

Public street art as private purchase? Banksy's Haight Street rat turns up in Miami

Art Basel diary: Why some people never enter a gallery

December 12, 2012
“My favorite part about Basel is that I haven’t seen a single piece of art,” the 20-something gentleman said through giggles, pleased with himself....

Art Basel diary: SCOPE-ing, Context-ualizing, and a quick dip in Fountain

December 12, 2012
Last week, Miami was swept up in Hurricane Art Basel and goddammit if we weren't there to cover the thing. Check out Caitlin Donohue's...

Art Basel diary: The other side of the causeway, street art, Art Asia

December 11, 2012
Read part one of Caitlin Donohue's Art Basel diary: South Beach hereIt would be a mistake to characterize the Art-Basel-that's-not-in-South-Beach parts of Miami as...

Art Basel diary: Air-kissing South Beach on day one

Caitlin Donohue does South Beach during the country's most excessive week of art. Check out her other Basel 2012 posts hereFaced with a daunting...

The Bay at Basel (Come to Miami with us this weekend!)

There are two moments from my 2011 pilgrimage that duel in my mind for the title of quintessential Miami Art Basel. One, when that...

Film Listings

Film listings are edited by Cheryl Eddy. Reviewers are Kimberly Chun, Dennis Harvey, and Lynn Rapoport. For rep house showtimes, see Rep Clock. MILL VALLEY...

Film Listings

OPENING"Aerobicide Sunday: A Marathon of Murder in Tights" Two things that made the 1980s taste great, slasher movies and aerobic exercise, were each too...

Film Listings

Film listings are edited by Cheryl Eddy. Reviewers are Kimberly Chun, Dennis Harvey, and Lynn Rapoport. For rep house showtimes, see Rep Clock. 3RD I The...

Got movie fever?

See these docs this week

Walls born at the world’s first all-female street art fest — including one now slated to die

August 27, 2012
New York-New Jersey street artist LNY recently attended the world's first all-female street art festival. He reports on the highs and lows of Living...

To be a poster artist during Occupy: Chuck Sperry on psychedelic art, social change, and port shutdowns

With Occupy's first anniversary sneaking up on us, has enough time past since its inception to reflect on its urban encampments and frightening conflicts...

A street art festival in Baltimore?

Ever since I visited the Wynwood neighborhood of Miami during the shock and awe of Art Basel 2011, the concept of street art as...

Entering the pixels at the Creators Project

March 19, 2012
The computer mouse was invented by Douglas Engelbart in 1963, and don't get Jamie Zigelbaum wrong, because he thinks it was a great invention.For...

Wall played

Art Basel take two: Street art in Wynwood, it's complicated

What recession?

Art Basel Miami, take one: Buzz outflashed protest at this year's beachside art fair

Pre-Occupied

YEAR IN VISUAL ART: Can the various democratizations of 2011 art trickle up?

Just gimme the nudes: Art Basel’s pervy side

December 7, 2011
I dare you to lay your fingers on a city that's sexier than Miami. The whole urban area is one big infinity pool --...

Art Basel frontlines: SCOPEing out Friday

December 3, 2011
Guardian photos by Paula ConnellyArt Basel is not the only show in Miami's town this weekend. In addition to every gallery, boutique, and busy...

Art Basel frontlines: Thursday night in Wynwood

December 2, 2011
All I did was program in the coordinates of a wall my friend was painting in the midst of Miami's mega Art Basel weekend...

Miami plays itself

Art Basel, part two: Faux-favelas and real degradation

Clouds and mirrors

A trip through the mirage of Art Basel into the scarred face of Miami