This museum is impressive but overwhelming. Too much to see in one visit and for the admission price it’s hard to not feel pressured to see as much as possible. Incredible collection.
About San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA)
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This museum has great modern art - Andy Warhol, Matisse, Robert Indiana, etc. But they had something I haven't seen at other museums - a guitarist can walk around with you playing music for you while you view the art. Very cool!
You like urinals as art this place might just be for you. Loads of modern and contemporary art. The cafe on the 5h floor is great, the restaurant on the 1st floor is almost absurd as the art. (over priced as well)
Following a three-year closure and an expansive (and expensive) enlargement and restoration, SFMOMA reopened in 2016 as the country’s largest modern art museum, exceeding even New York’s MOMA. The museum collection includes top-notch examples in every field of contemporary art; the seven floors can be...More
I wish we’d been able to spend more time here but what we saw was brilliant. The soundtracks exhibition was particularly inspiring although I was sad I couldn’t work out where the Brian Eno exhibit was. No matter, so much else to see and to...More
SF MOMA offers a comprehensive collection of modern art in a beautifull and functional building. The Rauschenburg exhibition was the feature when we visited. The museum devotes space to all aspects of art including painting, architecture, film/video, sculpture, and photography. A must see.