Special Event

Study Hall: A Day at the Races

Related Exhibition Larry Sultan

Friday, May 5, 2017
Noon–4 p.m.

Gina and Stuart Peterson White Box, Floor 4

This event has come and gone.

Image: courtesy Clatworthy Colourvues

Celebrate the life and work of Larry Sultan during this special event led by students from the San Francisco Art Institute (SFAI) and California College of the Arts (CCA). Throughout the spring, students from SFAI and CCA are collaborating with SFMOMA on a series of investigations inspired by Sultan’s practice, culminating in this experimental event at the museum.

Don’t miss the sole California appearance of the amazingly heavy Fully Automatic Exercise Notebook Machine PH 370-316. Company brass and factory-line staff will be on-hand for one afternoon only to demonstrate the latest technological developments in our fabled EXERCISE series. Initially developed by a motley crew of young scientists in a horse track grandstand by the freeway, this incredible machine continues to conquer the museum world, one White Box at a time. We invite the sophisticated Bay Area public to engage directly with our power-patented, twenty-five-step book creating/destroying monstrosity and to heartily adopt our philosophy/motto: “Arrive perplexed. Depart with art.”
—Clatworthy Colourvues

Technicians

  • Wesaam Al-Badry
  • Sophie Appel
  • Tara Caltenback
  • Alyza-Jean Condol
  • Emily Cunningham
  • Laura Heywood
  • Soo Hyung Hong
  • Ji Hye Jung
  • Laura Kiernan
  • Eunji Kim
  • Zoe Kuhn
  • Megan Kung
  • Melissa Ladiona
  • Siqi Lin
  • Ryan Molnar
  • Michael Naify
  • Margo Richardson
  • Jacob Rine
  • Tessa Shimizu
  • Mika Sperling
  • Nina Veaco
  • Connie Woo
  • Ernesto Yeo
  • Alex Yu
  • Sophie Zlotnicki

Security

  • Jordan Stein
  • Lindsey White


Study Hall: A Day at the Races is presented in collaboration with the San Francisco Art Institute and the California College of the Arts.

Larry Sultan Study Hall

Study Hall is a series of public lectures, events, readings and curriculum (running from January to July) related to the life and work of Larry Sultan and culminating in a retrospective of Larry's work at SFMOMA in April.