deYoung Articles

The de Young presents an exhibition of the work of Peter Max in conjunction with the community celebration of the 40th anniversary of the Summer of Love. The exhibition features fifty works by Max. As a prolific, multi-...
Download the Chim PodTour! Join exhibition curator Robert Flynn Johnson in an in-depth look at Chim's life and work.Chim PodTour MP3 (18.9MB)Enhanced Chim PodTour with images M4A (29.2MB)Chim, like Robert Capa, was a...
Contemporary artist Michael Arcega reinterprets the Oceanic collections at the de Young with Homing Pidgin, a Collection Connections exhibition. Arcega is known for sculpture and installations that revolve around...
Louise Nevelson's life (1899–­1988) and work are a story in sculpture. The story is a weaving together and intermingling of several histories: her personal history as a woman artist, the history of Jewish migration to this...
Renowned Santa Fe collector Sandy Besser has assembled an extraordinary array of objects in almost every conceivable medium. This exhibition features a selection of his finest objects, drawn from three major collection areas...
This exhibition features selected masterpieces from the Fine Arts Museums' extraordinary collection of Turkmen carpets and tent trappings from Central Asia. More than 40 examples are on view in the Textile Gallery, almost...
San Francisco-based artist Lynn Hershman Leeson is a pioneer in new media, and her Internet-based works have won her much acclaim. For No Body Special, part of the Collection Connections program, she creates an...
Gilbert & George put themselves at the center of their artwork. Identifying as “living sculptures” in art and daily life, they eliminate the distinction between artist and art. They began their career together with a...
A photographer associated with the American Arts and Crafts movement, Edwin Hale Lincoln self-published an extensive photographic study of New England wildflowers, a 20-year project that culminated in 1914 with 400 plates...
 de Young Artist StudioArtist Rosanna Raymond, a New Zealand-born Pacific Islander of Samoan descent, will choose treasures from the de Young's permanent collection as reference points for investigating museum space as a...

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