San Francisco Museum of Modern Art 360°: Views on the Collection

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Edited by Judy Bloch and Suzanne Stein

Contributions by Robert Adams, Hilton Als, Stephen Arkin, Joseph Becker, Dodie Bellamy, Neal Benezra, Andrew Berardini, Bill Berkson, Janet Bishop, Julia Bryan-Wilson, Aric Chen, George Chen, Juliet Clark, Norma Cole, Jaime Cortez, Jill Dawsey, Joseph del Pesco, Apsara DiQuinzio, Chris Downey, Jennifer Dunlop Fletcher, Geoff Dyer, Rachel Federman, Rudolf Frieling, Gary Garrels, Jenny Gheith, Tyler Green, grupa o.k. (Julian Myers and Joanna Szupinska), Caitlin Haskell, Marvin Heiferman, Glen Helfand, Justin Hoover, Erin Williams Hyman, Shannon Jackson, Rachel Jans, Drew Heath Johnson, Jordan Kantor, Douglas Kearney, Corey Keller, Arnold Joseph Kemp, Kevin Killian, Wayne Koestenbaum, Kerry Laitala, Constance Lewallen, Greil Marcus, Leo G. Mazow, David Meckel, Kate Mendillo, Douglas R. Nickel, Erin O’Toole, Sandra S. Phillips, Kent Roberts, Sarah Roberts, Frank Smigiel, Chris Sollars, Stephanie Syjuco, Margaret Tedesco, Henry Urbach, Anne M. Wagner, Dominic Willsdon, and Tanya Zimbardo

360 pages, 7 ½ x 10 ½ inches, hardcover with slipcase

Published in 2016

This companion to SFMOMAs collection features 208 works chosen by the museums curators for their cultural — and sometimes personal — significance. The publication explores these highlights through striking images, new and original texts by curators, and creative responses by artists, poets, historians, and filmmakers, among others. Showcasing selections from all four departments of the museum, this book presents new perspectives on individual works, inviting readers to step in, circle round, and get to know one of the worlds premier collections of modern and contemporary art.

Published on the occasion of the museum’s 2016 opening following a major expansion

ISBN 9780918471932 (hardcover with slipcase)