SFMOMA On the Go

Closed for construction, yet more open than ever. Come experience SFMOMA at sites around the Bay Area while our building is closed for expansion. View the exhibitions and events below for complete visit information.

Highlights

Come experience SFMOMA at sites around the Bay Area while our building is closed for expansion. View the exhibitions and events below for complete visit information.

Current Exhibitions

  • The Provoke Era
    The Provoke Era: Japanese Photography from the Collection of SFMOMA

    Location: Crocker Art Museum

    October 12, 2014 - February 01, 2015

    SFMOMA has been actively acquiring the work of internationally recognized artists including Masahisa Fukase, Eikoh Hosoe, Daido Moriyama, and Shomei Tomatsu since the 1970s,…

  • Fertile Ground
    Fertile Ground: Art and Community in California

    Location: Oakland Museum of California

    September 20, 2014 - April 12, 2015

    Fertile Ground: Art and Community in California illuminates local histories and social forces that changed the face of art in — and beyond — the Golden State. Weaving…

  • Photography in Mexico from the Collection of SFMOMA
    Photography in Mexico from the Collection of SFMOMA

    Location: Bakersfield Museum of Art

    September 11, 2014 - January 04, 2015

    This traveling exhibition of photographs from SFMOMA's collection reveals a distinctively rich and diverse tradition of photography in Mexico. It begins with works from the…

  • Markus Schinwald
    Markus Schinwald

    Location: CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts

    September 09 - December 13, 2014

    For his first major museum commission in the United States, Vienna-based artist Markus Schinwald (b. 1973) presents a site-responsive installation that fills the galleries of the…

Upcoming Exhibitions

  • Portraits and Other Likenesses from SFMOMA (working title)
    Portraits and Other Likenesses from SFMOMA (working title)

    Location: Museum of the African Diaspora

    May 08 - September 27, 2015

    Portraits can seem to make the absent present. They reveal who their subjects are or were, and show us how they lived, what they held dear, and how they connected to the wider…