The opening reception at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art will provide an ideal networking forum, in one of the most striking settings the city has to offer.
What does SFMOMA stand for?
SFMOMA stands for San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
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The Art of Romare Bearden" will be on display at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, February 7-May 16, 2004; Dallas Museum of Art, June 20-September 12, 2004; Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, October 14, 2004-January 9, 2005; High Museum of Art, Atlanta, January 29-April 24, 2005.
The programme's cultural diversity is reflected in the architecture of individual buildings and over time this has thrown together some strange and slightly dislocated bedfellows -- for example Mario Botta's new San Francisco Museum of Modern Art jostles for attention in a Vitra-like tableau with Fumihiko Maki's low rise performance space and gallery.
Visionary '70s jazz musician Sun Ra, Conceptual art kingpin Sol LeWitt, and Galileo each played a starring role in Edgar Arceneaux's recent exhibition at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.