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RETNA at the Legion of Honor

Watch Los Angeles–based artist RETNA create a bold design for the walls of the exhibition The Future of the Past: Mummies and Medicine, opening at the Legion of Honor May 14. RETNA combines modern-day graffiti art with influences from Egyptian hieroglyphs and Arabic and Hebrew calligraphy. Watch video.

Pierre Bonnard: Painting Arcadia – Closing This Weekend

On view through May 15 | Legion of Honor | Special Exhibition Galleries

Pierre Bonnard: Painting Arcadia is entering its final weekend at the Legion of Honor. Come see the exhibition that the Sacramento Bee says “you won’t want to miss”! Purchase tickets here.

Kay Sekimachi: Student, Teacher, Artist

On view through November 6 | de Young | T. B. Walker Textile Education Gallery

Produced in close collaboration with San Francisco native Kay Sekimachi (b. 1926), a pioneer in the post–World War II fiber art movement, this exhibition offers a glimpse into the working processes of one of America’s most important weavers. Learn more.

Nature Constructed, by May Artist-in-Residence Tiffanie Turner

May 4–29 | de Young | Kimball Education Gallery

Tiffanie Turner works in paper to explore nature and botany in full bloom and decay. During her residency, you are invited to work on a giant communal botanical paper sculpture, learning how to stretch the paper into the proper shape and adhere it to the flower composition in progress. Learn more.

Apply the value of your Bonnard ticket to a membership and get free admission all year

Planning to catch Pierre Bonnard: Painting Arcadia before it closes? Did you know that you can apply the cost of your exhibition ticket toward a membership and get free admission for you and a guest all year? Stop by our membership desk and ask about joining. Purchase tickets and learn more about membership.

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Upcoming events

Friday Nights at the de Young presents: Fiercely Fabulous

May 13, 5–8:45 pm | de Young

The Mr. David for Juanita More! 24 Years of More... Runway Show brings you more fashion and more fabulousness. Also join Artist-in-Residence Tiffanie Turner in making gorgeous and gigantic flowers in the Kimball Education Gallery. Learn more.

Third Annual Robert and Daphne Bransten Lecture: “Thoughts on the Globalization of Art,” by Sarah Thornton

May 20, 7:15–8:15 pm | de Young | Koret Auditorium

In this contemporary art lecture, Sarah Thornton addresses some of the major trends influencing the art world and artists’ lives, including the effects of migration on artists’ careers and the popular appeal of physical art objects at a time when much culture is being digitized into thin air. Learn more.

Exclusive Film Screening, Conversation, and Book-signing with Curator André Leon Talley

May 28, 5:30–8:30 pm | de Young | Koret Auditorium

Please join us for an exclusive screening of the documentary The First Monday in May, followed by a rare in-person appearance by the exhibition’s guest curator, Vogue editor-at-large and renowned fashion-industry icon André Leon Talley, in conversation with Richard Benefield, Acting Director of the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco and exhibition organizer. Buy tickets and learn more.

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Video © FAMSF

Pierre Bonnard, The Large Garden, 1895. Oil on canvas. Musée d'Orsay © 2016 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / ADAGP, Paris

Kay Sekimachi, Study for Crossed-Warp Effect, 1980s. Linen, dye; 4-layer continuous-weft weave and crossed warp on an 8-harness loom, dimensions variable. Collection of the artist. Image © FAMSF

Tiffanie Turner, Dutch Study 1, 2015. Papier-mâché and Italian crepe paper. Photo by Oliver Vazquez

Pierre Bonnard, Dancers, 1896. Oil on cardboard. Musée d'Orsay © 2016 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / ADAGP, Paris


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