Exhibitions

This is the ultimate Summer, the one where flowers have super powers! So... so who else than the Conservatory of Flowers to celebrate?

Mathilde Froustey's story is like the new Tales of the City... taking place in Oakland, Fruitvale. I went to La Maison Oakland to meet Mathilde with Sabrina Bot, her camera at hands. Here are our tales of a great sunny afternoon East Bay in words and images.

I had the great pleasure to meet Tom di Maria with Agnès Faure from the 836M Gallery, at Creative Growth in Oakland. Good timing since Living Color, the new exhibition opens May 5th. Let me tell you more about my visit there.

Since last Fall, 836M Gallery presented a series of exhibits dedicated to artists working at Creative Growth in Oakland. The fourth and last one is open until May 8.

1967 - 2017 The Summer of Love is 50. At the heart of the Golden Gate Park, the de Young Museum will celebrate this anniversary with a dedicated exhibition. Summe 2017 will be filled with Peace and Love!

Of course... the SFMOMA offers a multitude of great reasons to visit the museum, to go back there, to wander here and there through an awesome display of art and beauty. It happens that the new exhibition dedicated to Matisse and Diebenkorn is simply splendid. LostinSF went to the preview and share first impressions with you, hoping to inspire you.

The Legion of Honor Museum will host the new exhibition Monet, The Early Years, starting February 25 2017 until May 29, 2017. You thought you already knew everything about Monet... his early years are a pure joy to go through.

Photography has long been a cornerstone of SFMOMA! French new senior curator of Photography will have a blast with his new job!

After 3 years of remodeling and refurbishing, new SFMOMA opens its doors and galleries to the public on May 14, 2016. Welcome back! It's been a while.

Art Market San Francisco is settling down for a few days at Fort Mason. That was a good reason, if one needed, to meet Amélie and Jules Maeght who will participate to the event.

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