Three Major SF Museums Have Re-Opened

Three Major SF Museums Have Re-OpenedThe de Yong, SFMOMA, and Asian Art Museums have re-opened this month, and they all have new exhibits that were installed during the closure.

The Asian Art Museum

The de Young

  • Calder-Picasso, a touring exhibition making its first U.S. stop in San Francisco. With over 100 paintings, sculptures, drawings and photographs, Calder-Picasso centers on the both artists’ occupation with “the void,” representations of space, time and inner emotions.
  • Nampeyo and the Sikyátki Revival, an installation of pots by the famed Tewa-Hopi potter Nampeyo, alongside additional examples of Hopi pottery and work by four generations of the artist’s descendants.


  • Close to Home: Creativity in Crisis, featuring newly commissioned work by seven Bay Area artists, and fresh additions to the series.
  • Bay Area Walls by Liz Hernández, Erina Alejo and Adrian L. Burrell.
  • Charles Gaines, an installation including drawings, videos and a musical composition based on Supreme Court trial documents from the Dred Scott Decision of 1857.

Finally, we can get out and view some art!

Visit the Asian Art Museum, de Young and SFMOMA websites for details about times and admission.

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