SFMOMA

Sculptor Ursula von Rydingsvard discusses the construction of her monumental work Czara z Babelkami (2006), on view in SFMOMAs fifth-floor sculpture garden. She reflects on how her…

Artist Liam Everett, one of SFMOMA’s 2017 SECA Art Award winners, explains his use of furniture and loose materials to simultaneously obstruct and direct his approach to painting. He describes how…

 

Surrounded by his paintings in SFMOMA’s galleries, German artist Anselm Kiefer describes the challenges and significance of exploring the past in his work. He highlights the subjective,…

Artist Jason Lazarus discusses the process behind his site-specific installation for SFMOMA, Recordings #3 (At Sea) (2014–16). Having collected found photographs for years, Lazarus…

Ant Farm's satirical media event Media Burn (1975) parodied the conventions of a media spectacle. A fictional politician, the "Artist President," introduced the main event: a sculptural,…

Artist Fred Wilson reflects on his relationship with “degradaria,” or “stereotypical objects” that reflect a disturbingly racist past, particularly in his piece Me And It (1995).  He…

SAN FRANCISCO, CA — Long admired for her meticulous renderings of natural imagery, including ocean waves, desert floors and night skies, artist Vija Celmins has created paintings, sculptures,…

In this rare interview, photographer Robert Frank discusses his seminal book The Americans (1958). He reflects on specific images from the series and gives insight into his process at the…