Follow this contemporary Mexican creative as she steers the way to her adopted city’s best taco joints, dive bars and go-to galleries.
San Francisco’s links to the creative community run deep. After all, this free-spirited California city sparked the Sixties counterculture movement, transforming everything from art to music and fashion. Today, that rich creative heritage lives on in the likes of performance artist and Mexican-born painter, Ana Teresa Fernández, who now lives in the City by the Bay, where recent projects have included an installation on the city’s Ocean Beach, illustrating issues around climate change. Here, she gives us her insider tips on San Fran’s best surf spots, rockstar hotels and cool creative hangouts.