Pop Art from the Anderson Collection at SFMOMA

Cantor Arts Center at Standford University

Exhibit Dates: April 13, 2014 - October 26, 2015

Stanford, Calif.—For the past 50 years, Bay Area art collectors Harry and Mary Margaret Anderson have passionately assembled one of the most outstanding private collections of 20th-century post-war American art in the world. On September 21, more than 100 extraordinary works from their collection— donated to Stanford University—will be on view in a new museum adjacent to the Cantor Arts Center: the Anderson Collection at Stanford University. To celebrate its new neighbor, the Cantor presents an exhibition of spectacular Pop Art works on loan from SFMOMA’s own Anderson collection.


Fertile Ground: Art and Community in California

Oakland Museum 

Exhibit Dates: September 20, 2014 - April 12, 2015

Fertile Ground: Art and Community in California illuminates local histories and social forces that changed the face of art in—and beyond—the Golden State. Weaving together art and ephemera from the collections of the Oakland Museum of California and SFMOMA, the exhibition tells the stories of four creative communities at decisive moments in the history of California art: the circle of artists who worked with, influenced, and were influenced by Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo in San Francisco in the 1930s; the legendary painters and photographers associated with the California School of Fine Arts in the 1940s and 1950s, including Mark Rothko, Clyfford Still, Richard Diebenkorn, David Park, Minor White, and Imogen Cunningham; the free-spirited faculty and students at UC Davis in the 1960s and 1970s, such as Robert Arneson, Wayne Thiebaud, William T. Wiley, and Bruce Nauman; and the streetwise, uncompromisingly idealistic artists at the center of a vibrant new Mission scene that took root in the 1990s through the present, including Barry McGee, Chris Johanson, Margaret Kilgallen, Amy Franceschini,  Ruby Neri, Alicia McCarthy, and Rigo 23, along with many others.



Asian Art Museum (SFMOMO) / San Francisco, CA

Exhibit Date: June 20, 2014 - September 14, 2014

Gorgeous presents 72 uniquely stunning artworks drawn from the collections of the Asian Art Museum and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. Spanning over 2,200 years and dozens of cultures, these artworks are organized in an attempt to shift the focus from historical and cultural contexts, emphasizing instead the unique ways each work announces itself or solicits a viewer’s attention. Left to your own devices, you may gravitate toward the strange or the familiar. Some artworks may be beautiful to you; others, bizarre and challenging. Some may be all three. Whatever they are, your reactions to the show will be unique. And that’s what interests us. As Allison Harding, co-curator of Gorgeous, puts it, “This isn’t about what the museum thinks. This is about what you think.”

The Robert and Jane Meyerhoff Collection

De Young Museum / San Francisco, CA

Exhibit Date: June 7, 2014 - October 12, 2014

Modernism from the National gallery of Art: The Robert and Jane Meyerhoff Collection brings paintings by the great masters of the post-war world to San Francisco. The de Young will feature nearly 50 works by Ellsworth Kelly, Roy Lichtenstein, Robert Rauschenberg, Jasper Johns, and Frank Stella, among others. The de Young is the exclusive venue for this exhibition, the first of the Meyerhoff Collection outside the greater Washington, DC, and Baltimore metro areas.


Marco Maggi

Hosfelt Gallery / San Francisco, CA  

Marco Maggi, West vs. East

Exhibit Date: current - June 28, 2014

In his sixth solo show at Hosfelt Gallery, Uruguayan artist Marco Maggi fills more than 6,000 square feet of exhibition space with miniscule drawing and sculptures that are virtually invisible except for the shadows they cast.  Marco Maggi is renowned for virtuoso drawing and innovative applications of common materials uncommonly used in art-making.


Neri at Hackett Mill/San Francisco

Manuel Neri, Collection in Marble (selections from the Carrara Studio)

Exhibit Dates: Current – May 9

Manuel Neri, a beloved Bay Area figurative artist and sculptor, exhibits his extraordinary marble sculptures. In his eighties, Neri has continued to bestow us with the gift of his amazing talents. He has painted in both watercolor, and oil, with charcoal drawings, as well as sculptures in marble, bronze and plaster. His sculptures range from life size to table top. His elegant work is largely figurative.



An Exhibition entitled Public Intimacy featured at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (701 Mission Street at 3rd Street)

February 21 – June 29 (Thursday-Sunday)
This exhibition features photographers and artists from South Africa, who through their art, explore everyday life encounters in an often difficult environment. Their art is both searing and moving, touching the human thread in all of us.