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CONNECTIONS GALLERYArmando Rascon is the final artist whose work will be displayed in the inaugural year of the new de Young’s Connections Gallery program. Exhibitions in this gallery emphasize the more intuitive...
NOW EXTENDED THROUGH DECEMBER 31!Hailed by The New York Times as "some of the most miraculous works of modern art America has produced," the quilts of Gee's Bend make San Francisco the final stop in their widely acclaimed...
Three distinct but related exhibitions present Chicano/Chicana life, culture, and painting as it has emerged in the wake of the Chicano movement for political and social change during the 1960s and 1970s.The exhibitions will...
The approximately 25 prints featured in this exhibition are recent additions to the Edward Ruscha Graphic Arts Archive, a signal body of work that was acquired by the Fine Arts Museums in 2000.In 2005, Ed Ruscha (b.1937...
On October 15, 2005, the de Young museum re-opened in Golden Gate Park to worldwide acclaim. One year and over 1.6 million visitors later, the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco wants to thank the Bay Area for its tremendous...
This exhibition features thirty beautiful California landscape paintings from the collection of Bay Area art collector Wendy Willrich, and is augmented by selected works drawn from the permanent collection of the Fine...
This exhibition of approximately 54 sculptures and 45 works on paper, with additional documentary source materials, including notebooks and vintage photographs by Imogen Cunningham, constitutes the first complete...
Connections GalleryDrawing inspiration from the Fine Arts Museums' exceptional holdings in 19th-century landscape paintings, Elliot Anderson (b. 1960) explores the visual ideals encoded in these canvases. Anderson uses a...
In conjunction with Charles Sheeler: Across Media This exhibition features a number of notable American modernist drawings, watercolors, and prints, including works from Charles Sheeler's circle of artistic friends such...
Charles Sheeler: Across Media is the first exhibition to focus exclusively on the complex, often paradoxical, relationships between photography, film, drawing, printmaking, and painting that were central to Sheeler's art...

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