SFMOMA

6.13.16

Muhammad Ali's Paintings & Johnny Depp's Basquiats: Last Week in Art

Also last week: Helen Mirren and Ted Cruz teamed up for the sake of art, a SFMOMA visitor damaged a Warhol, and controversial Russian performance artist Pyotr Pavlensky was released.

6.8.16

How Images of Trauma Help Photographers Cope with Darkness

Four photographers at the SFMOMA explain why they seek out terror.

5.31.16

Shia LaBeouf Wants You to Pick Him Up: Last Week in Art

LaBeouf, Rönkkö, & Turner are touring the US with strangers for their new project #TAKEMEANYWHERE.

5.2.16

NYC Art Activists Tackle Guns & the Guggenheim: Last Week in Art

A pop-up installation turned a subway tunnel into an anti-gun protest and light projections condemned the Guggenheim's treatment of workers on its Abu Dhabi building.

6.18.14

Michael Jang's College Series Is the Unofficial Yearbook for His Graduating Class

Now, 40 years later, his earliest photographic work – photos from his time at Cal Arts – is finally seeing the light of day.

6.13.14

Know Your Hashtag: #PlayArtfully

Snap a colorful photo for the curators at SFMOMA and show the world how you #PlayArtfully.

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10.16.12

"Oh No You Didn't": Rashaad Newsome's New Sound Art Piece Has Attitude

Rashaad Newsome shows the SFMOMA some new Shade Compositions.