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"Made in the Bay" Pops Up at the SFMOMA Museum Store for Holiday Shopping

Black Friday shoppers have one more store to add to their lists with the opening of the SFMOMA Museum Store's "Made in the Bay" pop-up shop, open now through Dec. 31.

Watching Christian Marclay's 'The Clock' at SFMOMA

"The Clock," Christian Marclay

There are 1,440 minutes in a day, and several times that many clips in The Clock, Christian Marclay's epic, 24-hour-long video collage of film segments that each in some way reference an exact time of day, drawn out to align with real time.

America, Observed: Garry Winogrand's Show Opens at SFMOMA

Garry Winogrand, Coney Island, New York

“I feel like the world is a place I bought a ticket to,” the photographer Garry Winogrand is quoted saying in Garry Winogrand, now at SFMOMA. This unprecedentedly comprehensive exhibition, consisting of hundreds of snapshot photographs taken between the early 1950s and the time of the prolific artist’s early death in 1984, offers viewers a ringside seat to the unique spectacle of American society as it mutated over the course of those incredible decades–an opportunity not to be passed up.

A First Look at SFMOMA's Offsite Programming

If you're fearing modern art withdrawal when SFMOMA shuts its doors on June 3 for its two-and-a-half-year-long expansion, rest assured. The museum has planned robust offsite programming to give you the culture fix you crave. Here's what to look out for around town.

Crissy Field (May 2013–May 2014)

Get Down at This Week's SFMOMA Modern Ball

SFMOMA Modern Ball preview

If you're going to drop big bucks on one event this month (and there are a lot of options!), the SFMOMA's Modern Ball 2012 should be at the top of your list.

Google Art Project Explodes in San Francisco

Google Art Project Explodes in San Francisco

In just over a year, Google Art Project—an online program that makes art in all its forms accessible to art lovers worldwide—has amassed 151 partners across 40 countries. Check out the Mark Bradford show at SFMOMA and YBCA and then go online to see what pieces NYC's MOMA has. Or explore the Santiniketan Triptych in Delhi's National Gallery of Modern Art after walking the halls of SF's Asian Art Museum's "Maharaja" exhibit.

SFMOMA Traces the Roots Of Mexican Culture and Politics Through Photographs

SFMOMA Traces the Roots Of Mexican Culture and Politics Through Photographs

Modern-day Mexico is troubled, to speak mildly. Riddled with inequality and corruption, awash in drug violence and poverty, our southern neighbor’s urban centers at times seem to border on dystopian. One has to ask, just how did such a state of affairs come to be? SFMOMA’s Photography in Mexico addresses an intimately related question. In showing where generations of Mexican photographers aimed their lenses, the exhibition traces not so much how Mexico got here, but what it has been like along the way.

Photo Preview of SFMOMA's Expansion

By now, we've all been tantalized by the talk of SFMOMA's grand plans to expand the current museum. Yesterday, SFMOMA and design firm Snøhetta unveiled the mock-ups of the plan for the mammoth new wing, which will include an expanded photography collection, a dedicated architecture and design area, and the incomparable Fisher collection (which will be integrated with SFMOMA's own collection).

Three New Exhibits at SFMOMA Are Outspoken, Brilliant and Tragic

SFMOMA’s front atrium sports a handsome new fixture, and its middle floors have some outspoken new tenets. While Jim Campbell’s twinkling LED-light sculpture, Exploded Views, runs no risk of going unseen, The Air We Breathe and Francesca Woodman must vie for viewers’ attention in the shadow of a behemoth – namely, the smash-hit Richard Serra Drawing retrospective upstairs. To overlook these smaller exhibitions, one a poignant resounding on same-sex equality, the other a fascinating glimpse of a brilliant and tragic individual, would be a crime.

Triple Threat: A Night Out in Yerba Buena

If you want to have a successful night out in this town, you need a plan—and it better be a good one. Since it's not always easy to strike that perfect balance between pre-dinner drink, food and a show, we bring you the Triple Threat series — a block-by-block guide to nights out that only require one parking space. In today's edition, the part of SoMa referred to as Yerba Buena. 

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