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SFMOMA has closed until 2016 (their masterful PR campaign spins this as a great thing). The Louvre is constantly under renovation and yet they are open. Oh well, the de Young has better shows anyway.
A great museum. Probably one of the top 10 places to see when in San Francisco.
It's closed until late summer. Don't bother...
Admission on first Tuesday of every month is free.
One of the most beautiful building in the world. I even made a mockup!
It's packed... So come with patience. Also they are giving away free tote bags... And museum is stating open until midnight. But if you want coffee in the gardens, that closes at 5pm
The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art Rooftop Garden was conceived as a gallery without a ceiling. Designed by Jensen Architects, it is a 2011 AIA Institute Honor Award for Architecture recipient.
Good wifi and workspace on the rooftop, but closing until 2016 :(
Wang to skip the line on 5/30? You can skip it if you don't want a tote bag.
Check out the blue bottle coffee downstairs.
College admission is $11. Remember to bring your ID for proof!
Come here before June 2nd!!
Great museum.Come here first tuesday each month, it's free!
По четвергам билеты с 50% скидкой.
Christian Marclay's "Clock" is a tremendous 24 hour montage of movies clips synchronized to your time of viewing. Limited myself to 1 hour knowing the line to see this artwork was extremely long.
Marclay's Clock is incredible!
Free admission first Tuesday of every month
You can not take pictures to the pictures! So try to enjoy them!
Coffee from rooftop garden caffeteria is fantastic.
Free every first tuesday of the month!
Works by many modern artists, including Georgia O'Keeffe, Ansel Adams and Diego Rivera are housed in this iconic modern building, with a massive expansion underway.
What's up with all the octogenarian Filipino security? They have vocal cords and they will use them.
Family Day Today!
Two floors were closed. Out of the other two floors one was decent. The gift shop was the best thing here. Don't bother unless you go on the first Tuesday of the month when it is free.
Try to find Wally in the views of the last floor :)
Go look at a Rothko for a really long time, both from close up and far away!
After 8:15 PM entrance is free!;)
Go up to the 5th floor and walk across the bridge to the rooftop patio.
Make sure to buy a membership here if you are local because the Blue Bottle Coffee upstairs is perfect for coffee meetings :)
Audio Tour Guides are a must, plus they're free
Beautiful rooftop sculpture garden and constantly changing exhibits make SFMOMA a must-go place in SF for any art and design lovers.
'Intermission' by Hopper, one of its star pieces, is currently not available because it was rented to a museum in Paris.
Be sure to check out Rauschenberg's "Collections" on the 2nd floor - my favourite piece of modern art!
It was fun to see the bust of Jeff Koons since Erica is working with him now. Beautiful piece!
Nice museum, especially on the second floor with the paintings (''No. 14, 1960'') + check out the rooftop garden on the 5th floor, see ''Big Crinkly'' by Calder + get a latté at Blue Bottle coffee.
The Boxing installation above the doors is trippy.
Closed every Wednesday.
We love the Six Lines of Flight: Shifting Geographies in Contemporary Art exhibit at San Francisco Museum of Modern Art! Open until December 31st.
Art consistently inspires Kenneth's designs. Be sure to check out the rooftop garden.
I liked Andy Warhol's self portrait...
Head over to the East Bay to Oakland Art Murmur to see "Creatures" at Vessel Gallery, ends September 1 - major glass installation show by J. Lin-Hsien Kung and Alex Abajian!
If you're a student, even overseas, your student card will work. I'm from New Zealand and they let me in on student!
Eat a slice of their Mondrian cake & have a cup of Blue Bottle coffee!
L'extension SF du célèbre musée d'art moderne ; moins d'espace d'expo qu'à NYC mais toujours un passage obligé
Walk through an enclosed glass-and-steel bridge connecting the fifth-floor galleries to the dramatic Rooftop Sculpture Garden.
The cafe has excellent leaf tea. Ask them for a pot.