In addition to a first look at these two exhibitions, members can also stop by the Jean and James Douglas Family Sculpture Garden on Floor 5 for an outdoor event featuring a cash bar, a roaming photobooth, and a live DJ. Plus, there will be an opening talk for Frank Bowling: The New York Years 1966–1975 at 6 p.m. in the Phyllis Wattis Theater on Floor 1, featuring Ben Bowling (the artist’s son) in conversation with Sarah Roberts, Andrew W. Mellon Curator and Head of Painting and Sculpture at SFMOMA. Please note: RSVPing for the Insights on the Art of Frank Bowling with Ben Bowling and Sarah Roberts talk is strongly recommended to secure your spot. We look forward to seeing you there!
Major support for Frank Bowling: The New York Years 1966–1975 is provided by Diana Nelson and John Atwater and The Elaine McKeon Endowed Exhibition Fund.
Generous support is provided by The Sheri and Paul Siegel Exhibition Fund and Pat Wilson.
Additional support is provided by Alka and Ravin Agrawal.
This exhibition is co-organized by the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.
Generous support for Kinship: Photography and Connection is provided by The Black Dog Private Foundation, Katie Hall and Tom Knutsen, Nion McEvoy and Leslie Berriman, and Kate and Wes Mitchell.
Additional support is provided by James C. Hormel and Michael P. Nguyen Endowment Fund and Christopher and Michele Meany.