THE WEEKNIGHTER: Dave's -- the good ol' melting pot of cheap cocktails
"3020 Laguna Street in Exitum" transforms a doomed Cow Hollow domicile into nine site-specific artworks
Art Basel Miami, take one: Buzz outflashed protest at this year's beachside art fair
Ventriloquism, alchemy: Ray Beldner at Catharine Clark and Leslie Shows at Haines
"Maharaja" at the Asian Art Museum and "The Matter Within" at YBCA focus on India's past and present
Geof Oppenheimer's politically charged new show at Ratio 3 juxtaposes polyphony with cacophany
The SF Arts Commission's "SHIFT" asks America to put aside its discomfort and talk about race
Punting audible obsolescence with Christian Marclay's cassette-based photograms and Fran Herndon's poetic echoes.
Brice Bischoff's "Cave X" and Colin Christy's "Wild and Scenic" turn the outside inward
FALL ARTS PREVIEW: Our visual arts column Hairy Eyeball sizes up fall's gallery and museum shows
Dadaist hybrids breathe remarkable new life in Berkeley Art Museum's "Kurt Schwitters: Color and Collage"
Being brave through site-specific choreography on Market Street
San Francisco plays host to three different art fairs this week
Anxiety of influence and smudged portraiture at CCA and Romer Young
Jamie Vasta updates Caravaggio for the literary queer
Song Dong's work at YBCA radiates an electric current of emotions
HAIRY EYEBALL: Trevor Paglen photographs the invisible, and Deva Graf sculpts contemplation
The SF Arts Commission Gallery's "Afghanistan in 4 Frames" brings together images from a quartet of photographers. SFMOMA's mammoth exhibition "Exposed" errs on the side of excess.
Hairy Eyeball: Tracey Snelling's 10-year retrospective at Rena Bransten haunts the edge of town, while Max Cole's show at Haines gets geological
Hey young (and more seasoned) art lovers -- here's some 2011 gallery musts
YEAR IN ART: A firestorm of controversy in the larger art world -- but here in San Francisco, visions were clear and wide-ranging
HAIRY EYEBALL: Formerly known as Ping Pong Gallery, Romer Young Gallery steps into the new year. Plus: Phase one of "Disponible — a kind of Mexican show" has taken over Walter and McBean Gallery