INAUGURAL EXHIBITION SCHEDULE

PUBLIC INFORMATION: DESIRE, DISASTER, DOCUMENT

January 18 - April 30, 1995

Conceived by a curatorial team from the painting, sculpture, photography, and media-arts departments, the exhibition offers a historical and critical reconsideration of the nature and influence of the photographic image in the development of postwar art.

WILLIAM KLEIN NEW YORK 1954-1955

January 18 - April 30, 1995

The first extensive American presentation of William Klein's photographs exploring his early New York work and his stance against conventional technique.

MARIO BOTTA: THE SFMOMA PROJECT

January 18 - April 30, 1995

The three-year evolution and development of the new SFMOMA in an installation designed by the architect himself.

FROM MATISSE TO DIEBENKORN: WORKS FROM THE PERMANENT COLLECTION OF PAINTING AND SCULPTURE

January 18 - ongoing

INTO A NEW MUSEUM: RECENT GIFTS AND OTHER ACQUISITIONS OF CONTEMPORARY ART, PART I

January 18 - June 18, 1995

Honoring SFMOMA's new building and its 60th anniversary, many important gifts have been made to the permanent collection. The exhibition will highlight works of art made after 1960.

SELECTIONS FROM THE PERMANENT COLLECTION OF ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN

January 18 - ongoing

Models, drawings, furniture, and other design objects by architects and designers of the Pacific region.

PICTURING MODERNITY: PHOTOGRAPHS FROM THE PERMANENT COLLECTION

January 18 - ongoing

Dating from 1840 to the present, this exhibition offers a concentrated historical overview of the medium. Individual works will rotate periodically.

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