Discover the inspirations and influences that drive artists Mario Ayala, rafa esparza, and Guadalupe Rosales in this short documentary film accompanying their collaborative exhibition, Sitting on Chrome.
Learn about the behind-the-scenes work that went into bringing three interactive artworks, Yoko Ono’s MEND PIECE and Naama Tsabar’s Work on Felt (Variation 11) and Work on Felt (Variation 2), to SFMOMA’s galleries.
Photographers Jarod Lew and Reagan Louie interview each other, resulting in a wide-ranging conversation about home, family, their careers, and the impact of Chinese heritage in each of their practices.
Now on view, the exhibition Kinship: Photography and Connection features six contemporary photographers who share a special affinity with their subjects.
Everyday objects and occurrences are transformed through the photographer’s lens.
Discover the accessible and provocative visual language Emory Douglas pioneered for the Black Panther newspaper.
Journey to Mount Tamalpais reveals Adnan’s deep connection to the Northern California icon.
Visit the archive for Open Space (2008–2021), SFMOMA’s publishing platform for artists, writers, community members et al.
Dive into the museum’s digital publications, featuring original research, curatorial perspectives, and more.