9:30 am – 5:15 pm
Introducing works by two Bay Area artists.
By Jill D’Alessandro
The three American art curators describe why they find these acquisitions personally meaningful.
By Timothy Anglin Burgard, Emma Acker, and Lauren Palmor
February is known as Black History Month, an observance that originated in the U.S.
By Nashormeh Lindo
Meet Daniel Miramontes, filmmaker and multimedia visual creator, and one of the 762 artists featured in the exhibition, The de Young Open.
By Maria Egoavil
While most art exhibitions take years to come together, The de Young Open was engineered in a matter of months.
By Lindsay Ganter and Shaquille Heath
Artworks tell multiple stories.
How do objects represent wealth, power, and privilege?
Materials used in art can give us clues to the artist’s process, techniques, and ways of thinking. They can also spark our understanding of the artwork.
What do you see? What do you feel? Art can make us experience a range of emotions.
How does visual density affect how you look at an artwork?
What do your beliefs mean to you? How do objects represent your beliefs?
Rio Yañez presents The Great Tortilla Conspiracy, a tortilla printmaking collective, that began their work at the de Young Museum in 2007 and have been silkscreening Frida’s image on tortillas ever since.