Jia Zhangke tries on clothing
A work from Tauba Auerbach's book, How to Spell the Alphabet. By Glen Helfand New York Times art critic Roberta Smith began her review of...
Joel Shepard brings a weekend of witchcraft to SF
Meet Philippe Garrel and Nico on the desert shore
San Francisco Ballet School and School of the Arts showcases students
"The Way That We Rhyme: Women, Art & Politics" hurls feminist art into the present
Charles Anderson's company does Twyla, Ravel, and Tom Waits
It's a man's postwar world
PREVIEW It might be just as well that Chinese choreographer Shen Wei didn't start dancing until quite late at the ripe old age...
Don't expect even a shadow of bolero or flamenco in the two different programs that constitute his company's San Francisco debut
Chivalry lives on in Honor of the Knights
Lost in bizarre pop idolatry with artist Mike Kelley
Douglas Gordon hits San Francisco with an image blitz
Is Carlos Reygadas's Silent Light a holy light?
Seeing "Red-State Cinema"
A true innovator celebrates 25-plus years of ballet and beyond
William E. Jones proves that in America, the mirror looks at you
Bay Area theater falls into place
How to fill your dance card this fall
58 ways to rep Bay Area film this fall
We place our bets on the best gallery and museum shows this fall
"Dark Matters: Artists See the Impossible" pictures black ops, hidden cops, and shadow streams of puzzling information
What would Harry Potter listen to? Plus: vipers writhe unchecked.