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San Francisco Chronicle
Lucinda Barnes retiring as Berkeley Art Museum curatordrew an A-list art crowd to its May 18 opening; after a renovation by architect
Lucinda Barnes retiring as Berkeley Art Museum curator
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted yesterday
drew an A-list art crowd to its May 18 opening; after a renovation by architect Kulapat Yantrasast (recently tapped for the Asian Art Museum), the gallery is one of the city’s nicer spaces. The first exhibition tries to convince us that it has a... Read more
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BART
Senior citizens: Using Clipper card is a breeze – and keeps us active and on the movelike Davies Symphony Hall in San Francisco to hear musical performances, taking
Senior citizens: Using Clipper card is a breeze – and keeps us active and on the move
BART / Posted 8 days ago
like Davies Symphony Hall in San Francisco to hear musical performances, taking transit to volunteer at venues such as the Asian Art Museum, and using BART to connect to airports for visits to grandchildren – or on vacation adventures. (Above,... Read more
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The Berkeley Daily Planet
Architecture Review: the New San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. Category“starchitect” to compete with the new DeYoung (designed by a Swiss firm), the e
Architecture Review: the New San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. Category
The Berkeley Daily Planet / Posted 17 days ago
“starchitect” to compete with the new DeYoung (designed by a Swiss firm), the expanded California Academy of Sciences, and the Asian Art Museum (both designed by Italians)? San Francisco exports a lot of architectural skill (the local branch of... Read more
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The Mercury News
Reinvented San Francisco Museum of Modern Art invigorates Bay Area's culture credsites, such as the nearby Contemporary Jewish Museum, the Yerba Buena Center fo
Reinvented San Francisco Museum of Modern Art invigorates Bay Area's culture cred
The Mercury News / Posted 17 days ago
sites, such as the nearby Contemporary Jewish Museum, the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts across the street and even the Asian Art Museum. "We already have world-class museums, and great well-established galleries, but (SFMOMA) will be like... Read more
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The Mercury News
Reinvented San Francisco Museum of Modern Art invigorates Bay Area's culture credsites, such as the nearby Contemporary Jewish Museum, the Yerba Buena Center fo
Reinvented San Francisco Museum of Modern Art invigorates Bay Area's culture cred
The Mercury News / Posted 18 days ago
sites, such as the nearby Contemporary Jewish Museum, the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts across the street and even the Asian Art Museum. "We already have world-class museums, and great well-established galleries, but (SFMOMA) will be like... Read more
3 related stories
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The China Post
'Meat-shaped Stone' to be exhibited in US for the first timeMuseum in 2014. This time, the 5.73-centimeter tall jasper piece from the Qing
'Meat-shaped Stone' to be exhibited in US for the first time
The China Post / Posted 19 days ago
Museum in 2014. This time, the 5.73-centimeter tall jasper piece from the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911) will go on display at the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco, as part of the "Emperors' Treasures: Chinese Art from the National Palace Museum,... Read more
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Boston Globe
SFMOMA director Neal Benezra, on building a bigger tent for donors and communityNeal Benezra, director of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. Neal Benezra
SFMOMA director Neal Benezra, on building a bigger tent for donors and community
Boston Globe / Posted 21 days ago
Neal Benezra, director of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. Neal Benezra became the director of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art in 2002. He worked with Doris and Donald Fisher, the cofounders of the Gap clothing company, to lend their... Read more
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examiner.com
'New SFMOMA' is a hugely impressive museumnew SFMOMA? Yes, with one exception, admittedly from a subjective point of view
'New SFMOMA' is a hugely impressive museum
examiner.com / Posted 27 days ago
new SFMOMA? Yes, with one exception, admittedly from a subjective point of view. Having suffered through "rebranding" at the Asian Art Museum (with a $600,000 logo of the upside-down "A") and the San Francisco Opera (a million-dollar squished... Read more

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