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Exhibitions


Exhibitions

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We love this photo of Gu Wenda's "United Nations- Babel of the Millenium"--feels like seeing it in a new way. Amazing things happen when buildings and light interact with art! This work is part of our "Don't Be Shy, Don't Hold Back" show. Photo by Atalya Zoe Boytner

Lebbeus Woods's drawings are a marvel to behold. An architect and a visionary, Woods created concepts for structures both recognizable and impossible alike, and which challenge notions of space and place. They invite us to contemplate what it means to inhabit a space, and the limits of our inhabiting. Image: Lebbeus Woods, Sketchbook © Estate of Lebbeus Woods

Hey podcast lovers! Our latest SFMOMA Artcast focuses on the careers of Jasper Johns and Jay DeFeo, who both have exhibitions on view at SFMOMA through February 3. LISTEN → sfmoma.me/VrTA9Q

SfMoma - bay area artists

“W. Thiebaud @sfmoma this painting is incredible.”

Excited for Parra: Weirded Out @SFMOMA. Installation is currently in progress...

SFMOMA | Exhibitions + Events | Calendar | Parra: Weirded Out

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Part of Richard Serra Drawing, now on view at SFMOMA

The Jellyfish House by IwamotoScott Architecture with proces2 at SFMOMA

Joseph Stella. "Brooklyn Bridge" SFMOMA Permanent Collection

This was one of the best shows I had seen at SFMoMA

TG60 - Tape recorder at the Dieter Rams exhibit, SFMOMA.

national velvet. andy warhol. sfmoma.

Warhol self portrait sfmoma - love him

Richard Serra at SFMOMA

Little Paper Planes | Richard Serra at SFMOMA

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  • Jessica Santascoy
    Jessica Santascoy

    Great show.

Garbo @ SFMOMA

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  • Wiggy Flowers Outside the Vase
    Wiggy Flowers Outside the Vase

    This looks like it could be a Wally Hedrick, although I don't know this painting.

barry mcgee

sfmoma. no 14. comes with a bench too. 2nd floor. one of my all time favorite spots.

P-Wall at SFMOMA

Dieter Rams @ SFMOMA

Popeye at SFMOMA, as part of The More Things Change