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SFMOMA ANNOUNCES THE ARTIST INITIATIVE, SUPPORTED BY $1.75 MILLION GRANT FROM THE ANDREW W. MELLON FOUNDATION

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    Jill Sterrett, director of collections and conservation at SFMOMA, studies the surface of Ellsworth Kelly’s painting Gaza, 1952-56; photo: courtesy SFMOMA

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    [L-R] Ellsworth Kelly and Gary Garrels, SFMOMA’s Elise S. Haas Senior Curator of Painting and Sculpture; photo: courtesy SFMOMA

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    Paints and pigments from SFMOMA’s Artist Materials Archive, a comprehensive library of some 300 pieces of artist materials and tools related to works in the collection; photo: courtesy SFMOMA

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    Jay DeFeo’s painting trowel is one of 300 pieces of actual artist tools and materials catalogued in SFMOMA’s constantly growing Artist Materials Archive; photo: courtesy SFMOMA

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    SFMOMA conservationist working on Gu Wenda’s united nations — babel of the millennium (1999), a site-specific work composed of human hair, rope, and glue. 

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