A Visual Reminder of James Rosenquist’s Artistic Vision

His name might not be as ubiquitous as those also once under the watch of famed gallerist Leo Castelli (namely Warhol, Lichtenstein and Frank Stella), but James Rosenquist’s contribution to the pop and modern art worlds carry great value. Much like his contemporaries, Rosenquist addressed elements of the every day. Frequently, he documented ordinary (and generally unbranded) subjects, adopting and undermining the language of advertising …

Richard Hambleton Limited Edition Canvas Jackets

Works of art from the pioneering, elusive '80s street artist cut into apparel by premium streetwear brand Dark Circle

Richard Hambleton may not be a household name in the way his two closest contemporaries—Basquiat and Haring—have become. But his work and life story are no less compelling. As the sole survivor of this illustrious group, Hambleton has frequently disappeared from public consciousness (quite literally disappearing) only to reemerge with another critically acclaimed body of work. His roots were graffiti based with large-scale conceptual works …

Kristen Morgin’s “My Best To You, Little Girl-Boy” at Anthony Meier Fine Arts

Unfired clay and found materials unite for fragile pop-art works in this SF show

With iconography, nostalgia and sentiment as entry points, a curious new exhibition known as “My Best To You, Little Girl-Boy” continues to unfurl with deeper inspection. The show—LA-based artist Kristen Morgin‘s first with SF’s Anthony Meier Fine Arts gallery—features 20 sculptural works employing trompe l’oeil and collage. References to the Hulk, Star Wars and The Hardy Boys are all present, but it’s her use of …