To celebrate the 30-year sister-city relationship between San Francisco and Shanghai, Director of Cultural Affairs Luis R. Cancel interviews “Three Heads, Six Arms” sculptor Zhang Huan. The gigantic 15-ton sculpture, which will reside in the Civic Center Plaza until December 20, 2010, aims to evoke an exchange between Eastern and Western culture in San Francisco. [...]
The African American Art & Culture Complex is a satellite location for the 14th Annual Art of Living Black.
The installation “Rock Extinction” is now being constructed by Profirio Vasquez and will have its grand opening March 6 at 1 p.m.
The second episode of Deep Roots offers a rare look at the sculpture in City Hall of civil rights leader and San Francisco hero, Harvey Milk; its sculptor; and its meaning to the city and the community that it represents.
This storefront includes life-size floating figures made out of crumpled, white paper and illuminated from below with a bright blue light.
Celebrating the hard-working women of the Bayview community, three generations of women are represented by the artist through clothing sculpted in wire. Using hundreds of pieces of wire, the artist has created the essence of a person wearing a garment; the occupant is revealed among the folds and shapes that give life to the sculpture.