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Your de Young Newsletter: Final Weekend to See Oscar

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Oscar de la Renta – Final Weekend!

Oscar de la Renta is entering its final weekend at the de Young. Before it closes, come see the exhibition that Vogue says is full of “wowza moments” and includes “the designer’s most show-stopping creations”! Purchase exhibition tickets here and check out the Museum Stores for special Oscar de la Renta merchandise.
 

View our survival guide to ensure that your Oscar de la Renta experience is a spectacular one!

Extended Hours: The de Young will be open Monday, May 30, 9:30 am–5:15 pm.

Film Screening: The First Monday in May

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

Join us for an exclusive screening of the documentary The First Monday in May followed by an appearance by Oscar de la Renta guest curator, André Leon Talley.

Buy tickets and learn more.
 

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

Planning to catch Oscar de la Renta before it closes? Apply the cost of your exhibition ticket toward a membership and get free admission for you and a guest all year.

Visit our membership desk on the day of your visit. Purchase tickets and learn more about membership.

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

Artist Reception: Friday May 27, 6–8:30 pm | de Young | Kimball Education Gallery

Tiffanie Turner works in paper to explore nature and botany in full bloom and decay.

Join us at the de Young this Friday night for the Artist Reception to celebrate Turner’s residency! Learn more.
 

Wild West: Plains to the Pacific

Opens June 18

Through artworks mined from the wide-ranging collections of the Fine Arts Museums, Wild West explores artistic responses to the natural and cultivated landscapes of the western United States from the frontier era to the present.

Tickets for Wild West: Plains to the Pacific are on sale now! Buy tickets here.


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Mummies at the Legion of Honor Art Market Oscar de la Renta The Brothers Le Nain
 

Upcoming Events

Friday Nights at the de Young presents: Sunlit Memories and Dark Gardens

May 27, 5–8:45 pm | de Young

A Dark Garden Party: For Ladies Who Lunch… at Dusk

Join us to celebrate the final Friday Nights event of our Oscar de la Renta series! See de la Renta’s inspirations in tableaux vivants: lovely flowers, wicked plants, and fashion vignettes featuring the artistry of Dark Garden Unique Corsetry. Create flowers and celebrate Nature Constructed with Artist-in-Residence Tiffanie Turner. Learn more.

de Young: Golden Gate Park | 50 Hagiwara Tea Garden Drive, San Francisco, CA 94118 | 415-750-3600 | deyoungmuseum.org | Hours: Tuesdays–Sundays, 9:30 am–5:15 pm | Closed most Mondays and select holidays.

           

Legion of Honor: Lincoln Park | 100 34th Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94121 | 415-750-3600 | legionofhonor.org | Hours: Tuesdays–Sundays, 9:30 am–5:15 pm | Closed most Mondays and select holidays.
 
           

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Steven Meisel. Asia Major with Liu Wen, So Young, Kang, Du Juan, Lily Zhil, Bonnie Chen, Huyn Lee / SILENT models NY, Tao Okamoto, Hyoni Kang / FORD Model. Gowns by Oscar de la Renta, all spring 2011. Originally published in Vogue, December 2010. Steven Meisel / Art+Commerce

Photo by Drew Altizer Photography

Installation of Oscar de la Renta at the de Young. Photo by Drew Altizer Photography

Photo by Sarah Deragon, courtesy of the artist

Ester Hernandez, Sun Mad, 1982. Color screenprint on paper. FAMSF, Museum purchase, Judge George Henry Cabaniss and Harriet Howell Cabaniss Memorial Fund. Image courtesy of the artist.

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