Shaking the Grass                      

Shaking the Grass

       
 
 
sfmoma:

As our metamorphosis begins, San Francisco Magazine goes behind the scenes and reports on what it takes to deconstruct the museum.


SFMOMA’s soon-to-begin, three-year-long, $610 million metamorphosis has 280,000 moving parts—and that’s just the stuff in the trucks… Read more→
               
    May 23  

sfmoma:

As our metamorphosis begins, San Francisco Magazine goes behind the scenes and reports on what it takes to deconstruct the museum.

SFMOMA’s soon-to-begin, three-year-long, $610 million metamorphosis has 280,000 moving parts—and that’s just the stuff in the trucks… Read more

           
 
 
 
mattystanfield:

Cindy Sherman, 1978
From Untitled Movie Stills Series

I absolutely loved the Cindy Sherman show at SFMOMA. I think I might go back and buy the catalogue or one of the other books on her work. This image was one of my favorites from the Untitled Movie Stills Series and one that I had never seen before today.
               
    Aug 1  

mattystanfield:

Cindy Sherman, 1978

From Untitled Movie Stills Series

I absolutely loved the Cindy Sherman show at SFMOMA. I think I might go back and buy the catalogue or one of the other books on her work. This image was one of my favorites from the Untitled Movie Stills Series and one that I had never seen before today.

           
 
 
 
Lola Alvarez Bravo
Hombre rana (Frog Man)
1949
               
    Jul 1  

Lola Alvarez Bravo

Hombre rana (Frog Man)

1949

           
 
 
 
strawberry-kiwi-extravaganza:

Pablo Picasso
Spanish (Málaga, Spain, 1881 - 1973, Mougins, France)
Les femmes d’Alger (Women of Algiers)
1955
painting | oil on canvas


Saw this live and in color today. Almost pooped on the floor. That is how I react to all great works of art. #superculturedarthistorian
               
    Jul 1  

strawberry-kiwi-extravaganza:

Pablo Picasso

Spanish (Málaga, Spain, 1881 - 1973, Mougins, France)

Les femmes d’Alger (Women of Algiers)

1955

painting | oil on canvas


Saw this live and in color today. Almost pooped on the floor. That is how I react to all great works of art. #superculturedarthistorian

(via strawberry-kiwi-extravaganza-de)

           
 
 
 
sfmoma:

SUBMISSION:
“Feritoie di Georges Mathieu”
Oil and acrilic on canvas
80x120 cm
2012
www.danielebontumasi.it
               
    Jun 22  

sfmoma:

SUBMISSION:

“Feritoie di Georges Mathieu”

Oil and acrilic on canvas

80x120 cm

2012

www.danielebontumasi.it

(via antelucanhourglass)

           
 
 
 
museumnerd:

Perhaps someone at SFMOMA’s fantastic library and archives can find the institutional Bulletin this surely came out of.
decidedlymiddlebrow:

“At the San Francisco Museum of Art, an abstract gets close scrutiny.”
               
    Feb 10  

museumnerd:

Perhaps someone at SFMOMA’s fantastic library and archives can find the institutional Bulletin this surely came out of.

decidedlymiddlebrow:

“At the San Francisco Museum of Art, an abstract gets close scrutiny.”

(Source: johanfrancoise.blogspot.com)