SFMOMA’s “The Sea Ranch: Architecture, Environment, and Idealism” Exhibit + Unbeaten Path Tours’ On-Site Exploration

Two ways to spotlight the idyllic architectural development on the Sonoma Coast

Along California’s Highway 1, past Bodega Bay and Jenner, 100 miles north of San Francisco, the rugged coastline is at times barely visible. Along the curving road, unpainted wood homes can be spotted through the trees and meadows. This part of the Northern California coast feels both earthy and otherworldly. It is here that the Sea Ranch concept, a radical architecture experiment, aimed to become a model community …

Miami Art Week 2018: Must-See Museum Exhibits and Programming

As international fairs settle into the city, local institutions deserve just as much attention

With all eyes on Miami for its annual art bacchanalia, much attention gets paid to the dozen or so concurrent fairs that set up camp in various tents or at the convention center. To visit Miami and ignore its own art institutions, however, is a travesty. From a roster of superb galleries—Nina Johnson, Locust Projects and David Castillo to start—and world-class museums set across many …

Complicated Territory at Dorsky Gallery Curatorial Programs

Curator Bridget Donlon brings together three women artists who reflect on our society and its structures

For Complicated Territory, the art of three women (Alex McQuilkin, Erin M. Riley, and Martha Tuttle)—covering three distinct styles and forms of media—hangs in unity and opposition to address and explore the nuances of feminine identity. It’s the latest exhibition to be part of the Queens-based Dorsky Gallery’s  Curatorial Programs—a series that brings in independently curated exhibits. And it doesn’t shy away from encouraging consideration and conversation. …