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Sculptor Albert Dicruttalo Moves Beyond His Beasley Apprenticeship

The sculptor’s work reflects his interest in industry and nature but is informed in part by the art of his mentor and friend Bruce Beasley.
March 12, 2019

Alison OK Frost Paints Harsh Subjects as Gentle Watercolors

The Oakland artist catches viewers by surprise with her juxtaposition of media and subject matter.
February 7, 2019

Art Connects Cuisine and Culture at Dyafa

Reem Assil invites artist Chris Gazaleh to celebrate food and heritage on canvas at her restaurant Dyafa.
January 15, 2019

Celebrating the History of Contra Costa County’s Jewish Community

‘Pioneers to the Present’ exhibition shares unique stories and hosts special events.
January 14, 2019

Pro Arts Hosts Program to Uplift Sexual Assault Survivors

Choreographies of Disclosure seeks to empower queer and trans people who have experienced sexual violence.
January 11, 2019

Sculptor Andrew Miguel Fuller Creates Figurative and Nonfigurative Art

The Oakland artist takes urban detritus with a former life and makes it something anew through artistic detour.
January 3, 2019

Two Shows Explore Materials, Culture, and Identity

Naturalized American citizen artists show that, in the empire of art, people can have dual loyalties and resolve their cultural differences.
January 3, 2019

Johansson Projects Features Modernism That Pushes the Limit

Two exciting abstract painters—Alexander Kori Girard and Rachel Kaye—bring Loop Melody to the gallery.
December 13, 2018

Sculpturist Gina Telcocci Mimics Life Cycles in Her Art

The West Oakland artist resurrects materials from the natural world, turning them into intriguing new life forms.
December 10, 2018

BAM Hangs Abstractions by Harvey Quaytman

The New York abstract painter had a long, respected career of varied work, combining aspects of Constructivism, Abstract Expressionism, Minimalism, and Process Art.
November 29, 2018