San Francisco Museum of Modern Art

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Yves Klein, Eponge (SE251), 1961. San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. ©  Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / ADAGP, ParisARTstor is collaborating with the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) to share approximately 1,000 images of works from its permanent collection in the Digital Library. The collection in ARTstor will consist of highlights from the museum's permanent collection of modern and contemporary art. International in scope, the permanent collection includes more than 26,000 works of painting, sculpture, photography, architecture and design, and media arts from 1900 to the present. Artists represented include: Robert Arneson, Robert Bechtle, Elmer Bischoff, Louise Bourgeois, Joan Brown, Jay DeFeo, Richard Diebenkorn, Dan Flavin, Sam Francis, Philip Guston, Sargent Johnson, Ellsworth Kelly, Dorothea Lange, Sol LeWitt, Nathan Oliveira, David Park, Robert Rauschenberg, Doris Salcedo, Richard Serra, Clyfford Still, Wayne Thiebaud, and Edward Weston, among others.

The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art was founded in 1935 as the first museum on the West Coast of the United States dedicated to modern and contemporary art. Located in downtown San Francisco, the SFMOMA building, designed by Mario Botta in 1995, was expanded with a rooftop garden designed by Mark Jensen in 2009.

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Collection information

Total size of collection* 976
Percentage of completion 100%
Search terms "sfmoma org"
Collection URL http://library.artstor.org/library/collection/sfmoma

* Image totals should be regarded as an approximation until a given collection is 100% complete. Users should also bear in mind that the number of images available to them may vary from country to country, reflecting ARTstor’s approach to addressing an international copyright landscape that itself varies from country to country.

Last updated: September 8, 2010

Image Credits

Yves Klein, Eponge (SE251), 1961. San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. © Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / ADAGP, Paris

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