"The city is now showing the symptoms of edging out culture after so many spaces have closed. How will artists, or students, or philosophers, or anyone who doesn’t participate in the technology economy ever afford to live here?" asks Arcega. "What will San Francisco be like in ten years, if we continue on this trajectory?"
At first glance, New York-based artist Alisa Baremboym’s work can be perplexing. Working with a range of unlikely materials—including silk, ceramic, plastic, steel and petroleum-based emollient gel—her sculptures erode the distinctions separating organic and synthetic.
Isa Genzken (German, b. 1948) is arguably one of the most important and influential female artists of the past thirty years. This exhibition, the first comprehensive retrospective of her diverse body of work in an American museum, and the largest to date, encompasses Genzken’s work in all mediums over the past four decades.