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Japanese American Heroes of WWII Film and Lecture Series: "Searchlight Serenade"

Japanese American veteran
July 6, 2013 -
2:00pm3:00pm

Films and lectures related to American Heroes: Japanese American World War II Nisei Soldiers and the Congressional Gold Medal, on view June 29–August 4, 2013.

All films and lectures take place in the Koret Auditorium at the de Young. Koret Auditorium doors will open to the public approximately 30 minutes prior to the beginning of the film or lecture.

Japanese American Heroes of WWII Film and Lecture Series: "Honor Bound: A Personal Journey"

Japanese American veteran
July 5, 2013 -
7:00pm8:00pm

Films and lectures related to American Heroes: Japanese American World War II Nisei Soldiers and the Congressional Gold Medal, on view June 29–August 4, 2013.

All films and lectures take place in the Koret Auditorium at the de Young. Koret Auditorium doors will open to the public approximately 30 minutes prior to the beginning of the film or lecture.

Docent Tour: "Modeled Bodies," Anderson Gallery

July 6, 2013 -
12:30pm1:30pm
July 13, 2013 -
12:30pm1:30pm
July 20, 2013 -
12:30pm1:30pm
July 27, 2013 -
12:30pm1:30pm
August 3, 2013 -
12:30pm1:30pm
August 10, 2013 -
12:30pm1:30pm
August 17, 2013 -
12:30pm1:30pm
August 24, 2013 -
12:30pm1:30pm
August 31, 2013 -
12:30pm1:30pm
September 7, 2013 -
12:30pm1:30pm
September 14, 2013 -
12:30pm1:30pm
September 21, 2013 -
12:30pm1:30pm
September 28, 2013 -
12:30pm1:30pm
October 5, 2013 -
12:30pm1:30pm
October 12, 2013 -
12:30pm1:30pm
October 19, 2013 -
12:30pm1:30pm
October 26, 2013 -
12:30pm1:30pm
November 2, 2013 -
12:30pm1:30pm
November 9, 2013 -
12:30pm1:30pm
November 16, 2013 -
12:30pm1:30pm
November 23, 2013 -
12:30pm1:30pm
November 30, 2013 -
12:30pm1:30pm
December 7, 2013 -
12:30pm1:30pm
December 14, 2013 -
12:30pm1:30pm
December 21, 2013 -
12:30pm1:30pm
December 28, 2013 -
12:30pm1:30pm
January 4, 2014 -
12:30pm1:30pm
January 11, 2014 -
12:30pm1:30pm
January 18, 2014 -
12:30pm1:30pm
January 25, 2014 -
12:30pm1:30pm
February 1, 2014 -
12:30pm1:30pm

The Bay Bridge: A Work in Progress, 1933–1936

February 1, 2014June 8, 2014

Celebrating the completion of the new eastern span of the San Francisco–Oakland Bay Bridge, this exhibition presents a newly acquired group of photographs by Peter Stackpole (1913–1997) documenting the bridge’s original construction in the 1930s—the first works by this important Bay Area photographer to enter the Museums' collection.

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The Bay Bridge: A Work in Progress

L: Peter Stackpole, Untitled (cable spinning, Telegraph Hill in the background), 1936. Gelatin silver print. Potential Museum Purchase (Museum purchase, Pritzker Fund for Photography). L11.53.5. Courtesy of the Peter Stackpole Estate. R: Dong Kingman, The Raised Bridge, ca. 1934. Watercolor over graphite on wove paper. Bequest of James D. Hart. 1991.74.5

The Bay Bridge: A Work in Progress

Modeled Bodies

July 13, 2013February 9, 2014

The artist and the model—sometimes one and the same—are the subjects of Modeled Bodies. This exhibition centers on Richard Diebenkorn, Larry Rivers, and David Hockney, and the intimately known models who repeatedly populate prints made at specific moments in their careers.

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Modeled Bodies

L: David Hockney, Celia, 8365 Melrose Ave., Hollywood, 1973. Lithograph. Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, Anderson Graphic Arts Collection, gift of the Harry W. and Mary Margaret Anderson Charitable Foundation. 1996.74.178. R: Richard Diebenkorn, #12 (Phyllis on outside deck), from the portfolio 41 Etchings Drypoints, 1965. Drypoint. Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, Anderson Graphic Arts Collection, gift of the Harry W. and Mary Margaret Anderson Charitable Foundation. 1996.74.76.12  

Modeled Bodies

Modern Nature: Georgia O'Keeffe and Lake George

Herbst Special Exhibition Galleries
February 15, 2014May 11, 2014

Organized by the Hyde Collection, in association with the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum, Modern Nature: Georgia O'Keeffe and Lake George will examine the extraordinary body of work created by the artist of and at Lake George, New York. From 1918 until the early 1930s, Georgia O’Keeffe lived for part of the year at Alfred Stieglitz’s 36-acre family property situated just north of Lake George Village, along the western shore of this 30-mile-long glacial lake in the Adirondack Mountains.

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Ticket Information 

Adults $25–$29, Seniors 65+ $22–$26, Students with current ID $21–$25, Youths 6–17 $15–$19, Members and Children 5 and under free. Prices subject to change without notice.

Save $1 per ticket with advance online purchase. Prices in your online shopping cart reflect the automatic savings.

Groups of 10 or more have access to priority booking and private tours. Contact the group sales office at groupsales@famsf.org or 415.750.3620.

This exhibition is organized by The Hyde Collection, Glens Falls, New York,in association with the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum, Santa Fe, New Mexico. The exhibition is supported by the National Endowment for the Arts. The foundation sponsor is the Henry Luce Foundation.
  

The exhibition catalogue was supported by Furthermore: a program of the J. M. Kaplan Fund.

The presentation at the de Young is made possible by:

Director’s Circle
Ednah Root Foundation
San Francisco Auxiliary of the Fine Arts Museums

Curator’s Circle

Media Sponsors

Media Partner

Additional support is provided by the Ross Auxiliary of the Fine Arts Museums.

Georgia O'Keeffe Modern Nature

L: Georgia O’Keeffe, Autumn Leaves, 1924. Oil on canvas. Columbus Museum of Art, Ohio: Museum Purchase, Howald Fund II, 1981.006. R: Georgia O’Keeffe, Starlight Night, Lake George, 1922. Oil on canvas. Private Collection. Images © Georgia O’Keeffe Museum/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

Modern Nature: Georgia O'Keeffe and Lake George

July Artist-in-Residence: Jewel Castro

July 3, 2013July 28, 2013

Walking with Ancestors Wednesdays–Sundays, 1:00–5:00 p.m., plus Fridays 6-8:45 p.m.

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The Artist Studio program is a part of FAMSF’s Cultural Encounters initiative designed to attract new and diverse audiences to the Museums and provide exposure to emerging artists. Supported in part by Genuus.com.

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