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Exhibition: Specters of Disruption
Through 10/10/2019 (more information)
Lee Mullican
Shatter Passage, 1965
Oil on canvas, 75 1/2 x 75 3/4 in. (191.8 x 192.4 cm)
Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, Museum purchase, Dr. Leland A. Barber and Gladys K. Barber Fund, 2018.13. © Lee Mullican
Shatter Passage, 1965
The Japanese Footbridge, 1899
Exhibition: Monet: The Late Years
02/16/2019 – 05/27/2019 (more information)
Claude Monet
The Japanese Footbridge, 1899
Oil on canvas, 32 x 40 in. (81.3 x 101.6 cm)
National Gallery of Art, Washington, Gift of Victoria Nebeker Coberly, in memory of her son John W. Mudd, and Walter H. and Leonore Annenberg. 1992.9.1. Courtesy National Gallery of Art, Washington
Exhibition: Matt Mullican:
Between Sign and Subject

05/09/2019 – 01/26/2020 (more information)
Matt Mullican
"Untitled (Computer Project)" (detail), 1989
Ilfochrome classic print, 18 computer generated images in lightbox, 18 parts, each
36 x 48 x 7 in. (91.4 x 121.9 x 17.8 cm).
Courtesy the artist and Peter Freeman, Inc. New York / Paris
"Untitled (Computer Project)" (detail), 1989
Floating Three-Way Plug
Exhibition: Ordinary Objects / Wild Things
12/15/2018 – 06/23/2019 (more information)
Claes Oldenburg, John Slivon (printer), Multiples, Inc. (publisher), Crown Point Press
Floating Three-Way Plug
(Archive Proof for) (detail), 1976
Color spit bite aquatint, etching and soft ground etching on Arches 88 paper,
Image: 1073 x 825 mm (42 1/4 x 32 1/2 in.); Sheet: 1248 x 976 mm (49 1/8 x 38 7/16 in.)
Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, Crown Point Press Archive, Gift of Kathan Brown, 1991.28.97. © Claes Oldenburg
Exhibition: Fans of the Eighteenth Century
Through 06/30/2019 (more information)
After Nicolas Lancret (French, 1690–1743)
The Dancer Camargo, reproduction in the 18th-century style, ca. 1900 (after painting, ca. 1730). France
Silk, ivory, metal, and jewel; oil-painted and imitation-lacquered (Vernis Martin) sticks, guards, and leaf; grosgrain ribbon; rivet;
7 in. (17.8 cm) length, 12 1/2 in.
(31.8 cm) width (open)
Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, Gift of Mrs. Jane Houston and Mr. and Mrs. John Dixon Lannom, 1998.125.1
The Dancer Camargo

Museum image courtesy of the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco

de Young Museum
Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco
Golden Gate Park
50 Hagiwara Tea Garden Drive
San Francisco, CA 94118
415.750.3600
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Tues–Sun: 9:30 am–5:15 pm
Friday Nights at the de Young (Apr 15–Nov 25, 2016): 5–8:45 pm
Open select Mondays: 9:30 am–5:15 pm

  • (2016) Sept 5; Dec 19; Dec 26
  • (2017) Feb 20; May 29

Closed Thanksgiving Day and December 25. Check our calendar for special hours.

The Museum Café and Hamon Education Tower Observation Level close one hour prior to museum close.

General Admission
Adults $15
Seniors 65+ $10
College students with valid ID $6
Youths 17 and under Free
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First Tuesday of the month Free (special exhibition fees still apply)
Audio tours $8 ($7 FAMSF members)

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About the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco
Comprising the de Young Museum in Golden Gate Park and the Legion of Honor in Lincoln Park, we are the largest public arts institution in the City of San Francisco and one of the largest art museums in the United States.

Mission Statement

The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco have rendered over a century of public service in the arts, and it is our mission to extend and enhance that service well into this century. More specifically, our mission encompasses the following goals:

1. To present a range of exhibitions of highest quality which serve, are accessible to, and will draw broad audiences
2. To provide extensive and innovative art education programs for people of all ages and interests
3. To actively involve a diverse public in all of the museums' activities
4. To conserve the objects in our care
5. To collect new objects relevant to the collections through purchase and gift while affording a hospitable place for collectors in the community to donate art to the public with complete confidence
6. To research and publicize the collections through scholarly publishing
7. To maintain two museums outfitted to deliver exceptional visitor safety, comfort, and access as well as the environmental conditions necessary to preserve and protect art
8. To operate within our goals with state-of-the-art efficiency
9. To contribute to the economy and culture of San Francisco

In summary, the Fine Arts Museums continue to serve as one of the premier public institutions in the western United States, existing to provide its community and region with high quality exhibitions, programs, education and outreach, and to care for San Francisco's esteemed art collection.

About the de Young Museum
Founded in 1895 in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park, the de Young Museum has been an integral part of the cultural fabric of the city and a cherished destination for millions of residents and visitors to the region for over 100 years.

On October 15, 2005, the de Young Museum re-opened in a state-of-the-art new facility that integrates art, architecture and the natural landscape in one multi-faceted destination that will inspire audiences from around the world. Designed by the renowned Swiss architecture firm Herzog & de Meuron and Fong & Chan Architects in San Francisco, the new de Young provided San Francisco with a landmark art museum to showcase the museum’s priceless collections of American art from the 17th through the 20th centuries, Textile arts, and art of Africa, Oceania, and the Americas.

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Exhibitions:

Specters of Disruption
Through November 10, 2019
(more information)

Matt Mullican: Between Sign and Subject
March 9, 2019 – January 26, 2020
(more information)

Monet: The Late Years
February 16, 2019 – May 27, 2019
(more information)

Ordinary Objects / Wild Things
December 15, 2018 – June 23, 2019
(more information)

Fans of the Eighteenth Century
Through June 30, 2019
(more information)

Events

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