Projects + Perspectives
A Place for Artists: Commissioning a New SFMOMA
Curator Gary Garrels discusses the history of the Atrium as a space for new art commissions and the impact that Julie Mehretu’s monumental works, HOWL, eon (I, II), will have on the museum and its community.
Side by Side with Travis Collinson
Go inside Travis Collinson’s studio as he discusses his new painting, Lepidoptery Lesson, which was commissioned for the exhibition Side by Side: Dual Portraits of Artists.
Dive deeper into Soundtracks with the free online exhibition catalogue, edited by co-curators Rudolf Frieling and Tanya Zimbardo, featuring an artist project by Brandon LaBelle, Dena Beard and Frank Smigiel discussing sound and performance, and writings on exhibition artists and artworks.
Rauschenberg Research Project
The Rauschenberg Research Project provides free worldwide access to a wealth of scholarly research and documentation related to artworks by Robert Rauschenberg in SFMOMA’s collection.
West coast is something nobody with sense would understand.
Open Space’s latest issue, “West coast is something nobody with sense would understand.,” explores what makes up the West Coast at this place and time.
Over the next several months, Open Space will be reissuing recordings from SFMOMA's Living Room gathering in 2011, at which artists, writers, and others shared personal recollections of Bay Area art histories that shaped their lives.
Notes on Border Crossing, Imagined and Invisible Places, Invented Cartography and Purposeful Cultural Smuggling
Raw Material: A Podcast from SFMOMA
Craving a West Coast road trip? Season 3 of Raw Material follows hosts Jessica Placzek and Madeline Gobbo as they explore hidden gems of California, including land-based art, immersive art environments, and even the little-known art history of Disneyland.