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San Francisco Museum Of Modern Art Artists Gallery

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151 3rd St (at 2 blocks south of Market St, across from Yerba Buena Gardens)
San Francisco, CA 94103
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San Francisco Museum Of Modern Art Artists Gallery - San Francisco, CA

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I went to see the Frida Kahlo exhibit and was surprised to find such an amazing permanent collection of contemporary Chinese art! The Kahlo exhibit was moving and powerful. I went...

Worst

Why are tickets to this museum so expensive? $10 for a museum this small? I'm annoyed that my home town (SF) doesn't have a good museum to compare with other cosmopolitan cities...

Editorial review from Citysearch 2/23/2014

If you like modern art then this is worth a visit. I will go to a special exhibit now and then but otherwise what they have isn't ""art"" as I know it. more

And I'm not really into museums and I like this place! 1/4/2010

Even though I have the attention span of a 2 year old, I see why this place is so great. The building itself is a piece of art, the art housed itself is the stuff I was tested on in my art history class at the community college in San Diego, so many years ago, and some of the art work, I even like and want to look at for more than 2 minutes! more

SF MOMA 1/26/2009

Great location to see beautiful art! The shops are fun to shop at. ..... ....... ........ ..... .... ......... more

Great Museum! 9/2/2008

I went to see the Frida Kahlo exhibit and was surprised to find such an amazing permanent collection of contemporary Chinese art! The Kahlo exhibit was moving and powerful. I went later in the day and was surprised to find that the last half hour, at 5:15, they let you in for free! I will be a frequent visitor to this museum. Pros: 5:15 free admission, Chinese Contemporary Art Permanent Collection Cons: nothing more

Oh, it's okay 10/13/2006

The Rothko is impressive but the permanent collection suffers from lack of depth- ONE minor Pollock, ONE Brancusi, two (?) Matisse, etc. etc. Dare I say too much photography? What's the deal with all the fuzzy Daguerotypes? Far too many TV-monitor-in-a-dark-room with dissonant audio more

Great Art for the Masses 10/8/2002

SFMOMA is always changing; the permanent collection and the traveling exhibitions are rotated to make every visit to the museum unique and fun, even if the visitor has been there many times. Great deal! Pros: cool building, exhibits are fun, good cafe Cons: lots of stairs more

Not enough time in one day 8/9/2002

Beautiful architecture, fantastic displays; make sure to go on free Tuesdays, first one every month, but go early to get in right away. You still won't have enough time. more

SFMOMA stinks 6/28/2002

Why are tickets to this museum so expensive? $10 for a museum this small? I'm annoyed that my home town (SF) doesn't have a good museum to compare with other cosmopolitan cities such as NYC. I know some people out there are going to say ""well that's a modern art museum compared to a traditional exhibit museum"". Well, I don't care. Sorry. I'm no art conniseur. I just call 'em as I see 'em. You have to go to several SF museums to see all the art. SF-Moma, POLO, GGPark... Compared to the Metropolitan Museum of Art in NYC, the SF MOMA is lacking. Oh well. At least we get better weather. Pros: nice changing exhibit Cons: miniature size museum more

SFMOMAGNIFICENT 5/15/2002

Amidst all the hue and cry about the demise of San Francisco's arts scene, this museum rose like phoenix, gracing the self-touted world-class city with its first world class museum. The early days of the museum were somewhat mixed as the currators tended to hang on to the audience be damned early '90s credo of the art world. Through time, however, the museum has become much more embrasive, while still featuring cutting edge work along with stalwarts of the modern genre. Pros: Collection, Exhibits, Architecture more
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  • The MOMA is fun for kids and adults because of the crazy sculptures and popculture art youll find here. Even if young kids dont get it...

  • 11/5/2012 Provided by KidScore

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  • Hours:

    Mon. - Wed., Fri. - Sun. 11am - 5:45pm;Thu. 11am - 8:45pm
  • Payments:

    Cash, Master Card, Visa
  • Neighborhoods:

    SoMa, SoMa (South of Market), Central East

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