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Current & Advance Exhibition Schedule

The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) is one of the largest museums of modern and contemporary art in the United States and a thriving cultural center for the Bay Area. Our remarkable collection of painting, sculpture, photography, architecture, design and media arts is housed in an LEED Gold-certified building designed by the global architects Snøhetta and Mario Botta. In addition to our seven gallery floors, SFMOMA offers more than 45,000 square feet of free, art-filled public space open to all. Presentations drawn from our outstanding collection of over 50,000 artworks are joined by works from the renowned Doris and Donald Fisher Collection and the Pritzker Center for Photography, as well as by the following special exhibitions:

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Updated: January 30, 2024

Exhibitions Currently on View


Installations and Special Projects

Exhibition Support

Generous support for Sitting on Chrome: Mario Ayala, rafa esparza, and Guadalupe Rosales is provided by Chara Schreyer and Gordon Freund and Sonya Yu. Exhibition production generously supported by Kvadrat.

Wolfgang Tillmans: To look without fear is organized by The Museum of Modern Art. The exhibition is organized by Roxana Marcoci, The David Dechman Senior Curator and Acting Chief Curator of Photography, Department of Photography, with Caitlin Ryan, Curatorial Assistant, and Phil Taylor, former Curatorial Assistant, Department of Photography, The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Generous support for Wolfgang Tillmans: To look without fear at SFMOMA is provided by The Black Dog Private Foundation, Sakurako and William Fisher, Katie Hall and Tom Knutsen, Nion McEvoy and Leslie Berriman, Kate and Wes Mitchell, The Sheri and Paul Siegel Exhibition Fund, and the Lisa Stone Pritzker Family Fund.

Presenting support for What Matters: A Proposition in Eight Rooms is provided by The Norah and Norman Stone Fund for Exhibitions of Contemporary Art.

SPACE/TIME was commissioned and executed by Sadie Barnette as a part of Bay Area Walls, a series of commissions initiated in 2020. Major support is provided by the Roberta and Steve Denning Commissioning Endowed Fund. Generous support is provided by the Patricia W. Fitzpatrick Commissioning Endowed Fund, Diana Nelson and John Atwater Commissioning Fund, and the Denise Littlefield Sobel Commissioning Endowed Fund.

Major support for Barbara Stauffacher Solomon: Strips of Stripes is provided by the Roberta and Steve Denning Commissioning Endowed Fund. Generous support is provided by the Patricia W. Fitzpatrick Commissioning Endowed Fund, Diana Nelson and John Atwater Commissioning Fund, and the Denise Littlefield Sobel Commissioning Endowed Fund.

Major support for Yayoi Kusama: Infinite Love is provided by Stephanie and Mark Robinson. Generous support is provided by Jonathan Heiliger and Germaine Yokoyama-Heiliger and W.L.S. Spencer Foundation. Meaningful support is provided by Dolly and George Chammas, Marielle Ednalino and Ken Lamb, Frances Hellman and Warren Breslau, and the Sanger Family Foundation.

Reggie Burrows Hodges: Incline is part of SFMOMA’s Bay Area Walls, a series of commissions and other site-responsive wall projects by local artists. Begun in 2020, the program is designed to support local artists who are keenly attuned to our community and current moment.

Meaningful support for Zanele Muholi: Eye Me is provided is provided by David and Pamela Hornik.

Major support for this presentation of Wu Tsang’s Of Whales is provided by Shawn and Brook Byers, Wayee Chu and Ethan Beard, Randi and Bob Fisher, Katie and Matt Paige, Sir Deryck and Lady Va Maughan, Lydia Shorenstein, and Ali and John Walecka. Generous support is provided by John M. Sanger.