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Felix LA to Return with Expanded Gallery List

September 11th, 2019

Felix LA will return in 2020 with an expanded exhibitor list of 60 gallerists.  “We are thrilled to expand Felix’s community and welcome an incredible slate of new and returning exhibitors for the second edition,” founders Dean Valentine, Al Morán, and Mills Morán said in a statement. “The growth and diversification of our roster attests to the burgeoning Los Angeles art scene and the desperate need for the new type of art fair experience that Felix offered collectors and exhibitors alike.”
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Tate Modern Brings on International Curators

September 11th, 2019

Four departments at the Tate Modern have brought on new talent under the title Curator, International Art, signaling an expanded focus for the institution’s programming.  “Their significant experience and expertise will play an important part in expanding our knowledge of modern and contemporary art from Africa, South Asia, and the Middle East, furthering our ambition to present a truly international story of art through our program and collection,” says Frances Morris, Tate Modern’s director.
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Artist Nicholas Galanin on Pulling Work from Whitney Biennial

September 11th, 2019

Artist Nicholas Galanin has a piece in Art News this week as he discusses his decisions to pull work from this year’s Whitney Biennial.  “My decision to remove my work from the Whitney came when my hope for meaningful conversation was met with inaction—on the part of many but, most fatefully, by the museum, which for weeks and then months failed to issue any meaningful response to protests mounting within its walls,” he says. “For me, that inaction translated to complicity with militarized denial of the right of Indigenous people to freely move through land that we belong to.”
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San Francisco Museum of Modern Art

151 Third Street (between Mission and Howard Streets)
San Francisco, CA 94103
Monday – Tuesday 11am – 5:45pm
Wednesday Closed
Thursday 11am – 8:45pm
Friday – Sunday 11am – 5:45pm

Monday – Tuesday 10am – 5:45pm
Wednesday Closed
Thursday 10am – 8:45pm
Friday – Sunday 10am – 5:45pm

$12.50 Adults
$8 Seniors
$7 Students
Free for children 12 and under
Free first Tuesday of each month
Thursday 6pm – 9pm half price admission

The San Francisco MOMA opened in 1935 under the name the San Francisco Museum of Art. It was the first museum on the West Coast of the United States to be entirely devoted to 20th-century art . The word “Modern” was later added to the museums title in 1975.

Recent and upcoming exhibitions of note:
Olafur Eliasson: Take your time
September 8 – February 24, 2008
Jeff Wall
October 27 – January 27, 2008