Tag Archives: SFMOMA

Anthony Hernandez. Los Angeles, 1971. Gelatin silver print. © Anthony Hernandez, courtesy Galerie Thomas Zander, Cologne.

Looking at Los Angeles

Anthony Hernandez’s Brilliantly Ordinary L.A.

Looking at Los Angeles

Anthony Hernandez’s Brilliantly Ordinary L.A.

Rachel Heidenry explores the work of Los Angeles photographer Anthony Hernandez, who in the 1970s began capturing the city in motion.

The CLICK@MoMA trailer, created by MoMA teen artists and Mary Mattingly. Photo: Kaitlyn Stubbs.

This Week in Art: 5.9-5.15

This Week in Art: 5.9-5.15

A look at this week’s art news, including Mary Mattingly’s collaboration with MoMA teens and a special ART21 screening happening tomorrow night at Cooper Union.

The building site for a future SFMOMA in 1992. Photographer unknown.

Entropy and Growth: a Museum Reborn

Entropy and Growth: a Museum Reborn

SFMOMA’s Senior Content Strategist Tim Svenonius shares an inside look at San Francisco’s ever-changing landscape.

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Mapping San Francisco

Mapping San Francisco

With its Google bus wars, start-up fever, and rapid gentrification, San Francisco has become a touchstone in conversations about money. Where do art and creativity fit into the shaping of the city?

Kendra E. Roth, Metropolitan Museum of Art Conservator

No Preservatives: Conversations about Conservation

No Preservatives | A Fresh Path at the Met: A Discussion with Kendra E. Roth

No Preservatives: Conversations about Conservation

No Preservatives | A Fresh Path at the Met: A Discussion with Kendra E. Roth

Indianapolis Museum of Art conservator speaks with Metropolitan Museum conservator Kendra Roth about ancient chariots, fish, and kinetic sculptures, among other things.

Tara Donovan (2005) Photo by: Ellen Labenski

No Preservatives: Conversations about Conservation

Prelude: A Discussion with Tara Donovan

No Preservatives: Conversations about Conservation

Prelude: A Discussion with Tara Donovan

IMA Conservator Richard McCoy and SFMoMA Conservator Jill Sterrett talk to Tara Donovan about her new exhibition at the Indianapolis Museum of Art.

The Victory Garden Trike in action in San Francisco

Flash Points

Practical propaganda: Amy Franceschini reinvents the Victory Garden

Flash Points

Practical propaganda: Amy Franceschini reinvents the Victory Garden

Amy Franceschini is my favorite kind of propagandist: she creates enticing imagery you can’t help but rally around, but backs it up with dirt-under-the-fingernails pragmatism in service of a nearly …