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Art Inside Out: Inside/Outside at SFMOMA

A few weeks ago, an unusual art experiment took place; an evening of toying with the rules. It was at the SFMOMA, but the art practices being highlighted belonged to the museum staff rather than exhibiting or collection artists. My name is Laura Brunow Miner, and I’m the event designer who organized Inside Outside SFMOMA […]

A Minimalist’s Treat: Donald Judd Comes To The SFMOMA

Clean-lined, minimalist-lovers everywhere, SFMOMA has got quite the treat for you. King of modern minimalism himself, Donald Judd, is celebrated in the museum’s latest exhibition. The project is a collection of the artist’s functional, simple, and altogether memorable pieces of furniture. While an artist and architect first, the works of furniture created by Donald Judd […]

Goodbye, Bobby: SFMoMA’s Latest Exhibit Speaks to Past and Present

This weekend, San Francisco joined the good fight, marching the streets for stricter gun control laws across the nation. How appropriate then it seems, that just blocks away at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, their newest exhibition pays homage to another American hero who, unjustly so, lost his life at the hands of […]

SFMOMA’s Largest Installation Gets Installed With A Cool Time Lapse Video

Standing at an impressive 1,728 square foot piece spread across a pair of 27 by 32 foot canvasses that individually weigh some 300 pounds. This piece by Julie Mehretu will be the largest piece of art the museum has ever installed. The piece, titled Howl, eon (I,II), comes by way of Ethiopia-born artist Julie Mehretu. So what’s […]

SFMOMA Will Text You Back, Unlike That Crush of Yours

Soothe the soul with works of art and emojis. If you’re a human with a smartphone, then you probably tap your phone’s screen every couple of minutes to double check if anyone has texted you, maybe definitely that Tinder match whose number you just scored? Well, when no one is responding to your texts, there’s […]

Diane Arbus Has Arrived At The SFMOMA — You’ve Got To See It

A lifelong New Yorker, American photographer Diane Arbus found the city and its citizens an endlessly rich subject for her art. Working in Times Square, the Lower East Side, and Coney Island. She made some of the most powerful portraits of the twentieth century, training her lens on the pedestrians and performers she encountered there. […]

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