Although the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art has an extensive and comprehensive collection of permanent attractions, it is constantly welcoming special attractions. The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art is continuously hosting various traveling art exhibitions, so check the museum’s website for an updated list of special attractions.
Bruce Conner: It’s All True showcases over 250 pieces of the late Bruce Conner’s best work. This exhibition provides various films, photographs, paintings, and other types of art that showcase Bruce Conner’s influential and groundbreaking art style. This exhibit is on display until January 22, 2017.
Japanese Photography from Postwar to Nowfeatures photographs from some of Japan’s most influential photographers after World War II. Some of the highlighted photographers include; Shomei Tomatsu, Daido Maroiyama, Nobuyoshi Araki, and Elikoh Hosoe. This exhibit is available until March 12, 2017.
New Work: Sohei Nishino displays some of the highlighted work from new artist Sohei Nishino. Nishino studied at Osaka University of Arts and spent two months walking through various environments to capture the essence of different places and cultures. Some of the highlighted pieces in this collection include artworks from Nishino’s renowned Diorama Maps and a special map of San Francisco that Nishino made specifically for this special exhibit. New Work: Sohei Nishino will be on display until February 26, 2017. Photo: Henrik Kam, courtesy SFMOMA
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