Ah, spring… a season of blossoming, growth, and transition. For your inspiration, SFMOMA’s Open Space presents five responses to the theme of transition, featuring work from SFMOMA’s collection.
Image: Alan W. George, Millview, Florida, United States, 2009; Courtesy the artist; © Alan W. George
"…in some ways, this is the most crucial stage of all: clearing the way for what follows and, in the process, learning what still must be done to adapt the designed expansion to the structure that exists.”
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Unknown, Untitled, c.1850
Collection of SFMOMA
An early photo from our extensive photography collection.
“I think Lebbeus and I were an eccentric combination. I played the straight man, grounding both works that we made… in the familiar territory of strange but populist representational imagery.”
Join Stephen Shore and Sandra Phillips, SFMOMA Senior Curator of Photography, on April 23 at the Jewish Community Center of SF!
Photographer Stephen Shore is a pioneer in the use of color photography and was a friend of Andy Warhol. A prodigy whose images have endured, his work continues to challenge. His latest collection, From Galilee to the Negev, explores the complexities and contradictions of Israel and the Palestinian territories of the West Bank.
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Collage (Torn Cardboards 65x50 cms), 2014 Ibon Mainar
faith | oil painting on 20”x24” wood panel
Colored Pencil on Paper
22” x 30”