On tap for the weekend? Museum weather. It’ll be chilly, partly cloudy and perfect for an afternoon to bask in the glow of fine art.
Catch one—or more—of these eight shows over the holiday weekend before they leave town.
See the master’s blend of Japanese techniques and Bay Area subjects, including Obata’s firsthand sketches of the 1906 earthquake and time in an incarceration camp. While you’re there: See Color Trip: Yosida Hodaka's Modern Prints.
Custom-designed for this exhibition, the Norwegian pair of artists coined the word “proxistant” to explore the influence of aerial imaging. Also this weekend from the museum: Check out the Mobile MakeArt at Stonestown Farmers Market this Sunday, Feb. 19.
Disney’s grandson Chris exhibits his nature-driven, color-saturated painting. While you're there: See Spirit of the Season: A Community Art Exhibition.
One of the city’s most beloved artists, Brown tackled the whimsical and the spiritual with equal charm. While you’re there: See Bernd & Hilla Becher.
Porcelain enthusiasts must get to the Legion to see Michelle Erickson’s works focused on social and environmental issues. While you’re there: See Sargent and Spain and Paperwork: 15 Years of Acquisitions.
Fifteen contemporary fashion photographers share works focused art, beauty and race. While you’re there: See the final days of Ashley Ross 10/27/03.
From Nazi-occupied Belgium to Oakland, puppeteer Frank Oz continued a family journey as the maker and performer of puppets from Miss Piggy to Yoda. While you’re there: See Gillian Laub: Family Matters.
As part of Diebenkorn at 100, 20 of the artist’s prints from his color printmaking session in 1980 are on view. While you’re there: See Lhola Amira: Facing the Future.
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