Inside The New SFMoma: A Quick Tour Of What’s New, What Stayed, and What We’re Expecting.

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After a grueling 4 years of “closed for renovations” signs, SFMoma — a true center of the arts in its own right has risen to the expectations since shutting it’s doors in 2012. We got to take a glimpse of some of the new installations, the newest “7th floor”, and some beautiful sights to see.

What we are really excited for is the expansion of SFMoma’s newest contemporary and modern sculpture exhibits. Don’t get us wrong, we love this beautiful honey cove of an art museum but we’re ecstatic to see some young, fresh work float through the halls of the newly modeled. Take a look see because you surely won’t be disappointed.

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Frank Stella.”

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Installation of the Doris and Donald Fisher Collection at SFMOMA

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Alexander Calder.

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Alexander Calder.

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The living wall.

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Alexander Calder.

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Written by the Bob Cut Editors, shot by Danielle Wallis — get cultured with SF’s extensive list of to-do’s.

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