Photo: Don Ross


50 Artists: Megan Brian on Andrea Geyer

Friday, May 5, 2017


The thousands of artworks at SFMOMA offer countless opportunities to look closely and think deeply about some of the most amazing artists of our time. To celebrate both the artists on view in the newly expanded museum and the creative communities of the Bay Area, 50 Artists invites local artists and creative professionals to share how icons of modern and contemporary art matter to them. This week, SFMOMA’s own Megan Brian explores Andrea Geyer’s immersive exhibition To Those Who Have Eyes To See.

Brian is assistant director of education and public practice at SFMOMA, where she oversees and implements curatorial and pedagogical projects at the museum in the areas of school initiatives, public dialogue, and performance and film. She holds a B.A. in sociology from Mills College, and an M.A. from the Institute for Curatorial Practice in Performance at Wesleyan University. In addition to an interest in artists and education, she is also drawn to intersections of performance, visual art, and humor.