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A minor place

The Mission school resurfaces with shows by Margaret Kilgallen and Chris Johanson

Fake-out

Stephanie Syjuco plays with the art of plundering, Matt Bryans calls up photography's ghost.

Crying in public

Being brave through site-specific choreography on Market Street 

The faith and the fury

A night with the one and only Klaus Kinski

The ballad of Peter and Raymond

FRAMELINE FILM FEST: A legendary local odd couple gets its due in Shut Up Little Man! An Audio Misadventure

Art fair city

Can artMRKT and ArtPadSF validate this city's role as a haven for visual arts?

Slick

San Francisco plays host to three different art fairs this week

The long goodbye

YSL's legacy looms large in L'amour fou

TV eye

Anxiety of influence and smudged portraiture at CCA and Romer Young 

A bang and a whimper

A weird future awaits in End of Animal and other Kafka-inspired films

All that glitters

Jamie Vasta updates Caravaggio for the literary queer

The joy of life

Bill Cunningham New York captures a reticent master at work 

Exercises in style

Former SF resident Will Yackulic explores painting in a new show at Gregory Lind, while Camilla Newhagen sculpts fabric at Jack Fischer

Touching from a distance

Song Dong's work at YBCA radiates an electric current of emotions

By demons driven

San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival's spooky-shocks retrospective

The unseen enemy

HAIRY EYEBALL: Trevor Paglen photographs the invisible, and Deva Graf sculpts contemplation

Not forgotten

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.

Every little star

Eva Hesse is showcased at Berkeley Art Museum, while Katy Grannan brings the streets to Fraenkel Gallery

Crack-ups

Noir City 9 corrals characters on the edge

La Frontera

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

Sawako’s choice

Nobody's special in Yuya Ishii's comedies

Look forward in anger

YEAR IN ART: A firestorm of controversy in the larger art world -- but here in San Francisco, visions were clear and wide-ranging

SF Camerawork and YBCA do the right thing (Updated)

December 9, 2010
Stop me if you think that you've heard this one before: a Washington DC art institution caves in to right wing politicians and conservative...

Where everybody knows your name

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