Selected through a process of studio visits conducted from fall 2017 through spring 2018, the exhibition showcases visual artists in a broad range of creative practices, including painting, photography, ceramics, textiles, video installation, and digital media. For the first time in its history, Bay Area Now also includes architects and designers working at the leading edge of environmental, landscape, and housing design.
A survey of contemporary art from the Bay Area returned to Yerba Buena Center for the Arts last month. In this latest iteration, design and architecture are given fresh consideration, alongside a fantastic roster of contemporary artists. Check out calendar listings for live programs and mark your calendars for the YBCA 100 on November 3.