For those of you have not yet heard, the SF Museum of Modern Art (MoMa) will be closing its doors for expansion starting June 2nd for two years. As its last hoorah, they are holding a Countdown Celebration with FREE ADMISSION, starting tonight until their last day! Festivities will include a kick-off party, 24-hour live art variety show, all-night gallery access, Off the Grid, gallery talks, Family Day, and much more!
Make sure to check out the current exhibitions: Christian Marclay’s celebrated video installation The Clock and Garry Winogrand’s photography collection. Just a tip, arrive early for Marclay’s exhibition or expect a wait. Other cool pieces that we recommend include the ones below.
Gu Wenda’s United Nations – Babel of the Millennium. Scrolls of fictional language hanging in the SF MoMa’s atrium, made purely of hair, rope, and glue.
On the second floor, you will find Murakami’s bright and fun pop art Super Nova.
Chuck Close’s Robert exemplifies his incredible talent as a photorealist painter.
Surrealism exhibition with Matisse and Beyond: Rene Magritte’s Personal Values.
Of course, no modern art museum is complete without an Andy Warhol and…
We will certainly miss the incredible art that the MoMa offers, but look forward to its grand expansion and its future off-site exhibitions.