Founded in 1935, SFMOMA collects modern and contemporary art in four major categories: architecture and design, media arts, painting and sculpture, and photography.
In addition to extensive gallery space, there is a glass pavilion and two open-air spaces featuring a rotating selection of indoor and outdoor sculpture from the museum’s permanent collection.
This retrospective publication, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art: 75 Years of Looking Forward (2010), celebrates 75 years of SFMOMA's collecting, and includes more than 300 large-scale plates and 50 text entries on individual works.
Works in a range of materials and scales
A close look at the small-scale beginnings of his most sizable works
Portraits that convey individual character, psychological states, and glimpses of soul
60+ works examine Magritte's key works from the 1940s - 60s
Exploring how artists inform our understanding of urgent social, ecological, and civic issues
Immersive light installation
Retrospective brings together projects from the beginning of her career in the 1970s to the present day
Furniture design as its own practice, independent from the artist's work in other fields
Bold, Pop art screenprints for the Sweet Corn Festival from 1970-2015
Visual artist, poet and essayist presents recent works of paintings and tapestries
Thematic retrospective displays the breadth of an eight-decade career
Photographic works and sculpture illuminate the breadth of the artist's work
150 works of experimental art by 70+ contemporary artists and collectives
50 years of Thiebold's works alongside paintins by old friends and new discoveries
Prints of the artist’s enigmatic images of Parisian life
140 small-scale artworks of renderings of the physical world