Synonymous with the Bay Area art scene in the graffiti heyday, Barry McGee could quite possibly take the prize for the city’s most well known contemporary artist. His signature aesthetic made him part of the Mission School art movement and led to major exhibitions such as his participating in the 2001 Venice Biennale. For art fans unfamiliar with his work, the documentary Beautiful Losers makes for a good starting place—it tells the story of McGee and a group of artists who created their own modes of expression.