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Enter to win a giveaway via ! From a "Where's Warhol?" book to a membership at , don't miss this exciting giveaway of Warhol goodies!
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SFMOMA Jun 18
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[Pat O’Neill, Sleeping Dogs (Never Lie), 1978 (still); courtesy the artist; Philip Martin Gallery, Los Angeles; Mitchell-Innes and Nash, New York; and Monitor Gallery, Rome; © Lookout Mountain Studios.]
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SFMOMA Jun 18
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An “oasis in a film desert,” the artist-run Los Angeles Independent Film Oasis (1976–81) was a screening collective that fostered the presentation of experimental in a city dominated by the film industry.
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SFMOMA Jun 18
This Saturday, join filmmakers Amy Halpern and Pat O’Neill in person at SFMOMA for Collective Vision: The Los Angeles Independent Film Oasis, a program in conjunction with the exhibition, Pat O'Neill: Three Answers.
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SFMOMA Jun 18
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Thanks for putting a visit to SFMOMA on your agenda while you’re in SF! ✏️ 🗓 It’s great to be in good company with our friends at !
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SFMOMA Jun 18
Before today's digital networks, 's network was extensive, but did anyone know the real Andy? From Jean-Michel Basquiat to Valerie Solanas, take our quiz to find out who you may have been in Warhol's circle: [📷: Lizzie Himmel, courtesy Widewalls]
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SFMOMA Jun 17
Just 4 more days until can celebrate Andy Warhol—From A to B and Back Again in style! Become a member to join the fun: [photo: Adam Jacobs]
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SFMOMA Jun 16
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Want to see the first digitally transmitted photo as well as the equipment Kahn used in 1997? This work is now on view at SFMOMA in the exhibition "snap+share" on Floor 3. [© Philippe Kahn]
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SFMOMA Jun 16
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Kahn's groundbreaking digital announcement is credited to be the first digital photograph ever sent by cellphone. to all you dads out there!
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SFMOMA Jun 16
On June 11, 1997, the French engineer Philippe Kahn connected his camera to his cellphone and then to his laptop in order to send by email, to about two thousand contacts, a message containing a link to the portrait of his newborn daughter.
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SFMOMA Jun 15
In his first post, writes about shellmounds in the Bay Area and the nuanced stories they tell to local Indigenous peoples:
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SFMOMA Jun 14
“The evolution of photography has been described as a long quest for instantaneity...” - curator Clément Chéroux via on the snap+share exhibition at closes on August 4: 📷: © Matthew Millman Photography
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SFMOMA Jun 13
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Sounds like it's time for a visit!
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SFMOMA Jun 13
"The artist’s ultimate hope is that the mural will kindle human connections in the City by the Bay, that people pictured in it will feel like they’re part of a whole." on 's The Chronicles of San Francisco, open at SFMOMA.
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SFMOMA Jun 13
“The spider is a repairer. If you bash into the web of a spider, she doesn’t get mad. She weaves and repairs it.” - After nearly two years at , Bourgeois's Spiders will close on 7/14. Don't miss your chance to see these beloved sculptures on Floor 5!
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SFMOMA Jun 12
. is teaming up with the to bring artwork to the new ! Look out for a mobile + playscape, plus new commissions from Bay Area artists at the new stadium! Read more by via :
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SFMOMA Jun 12
Thanks for reaching out!
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SFMOMA Jun 12
Hi Kevin! We do! Read more about the Museums for All initiative, which offers free admission to families with an Electronic Benefits Card or Medi-Cal card:
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SFMOMA Jun 12
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Angelic!
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SFMOMA Jun 12
"The subway provided him with endless sitters, offering Stettner the possibility of entering for a moment the lives of perfect strangers." - on This Sunday is your last chance to see Louis Stettner: Traveling Light.
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