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Who Is Ed Ruscha? (And Why Is He So Damn Cool?)

Ed Ruscha and the Great American West
Through October 9, 2016 | de Young | Herbst Exhibition Galleries

Who is Ed Ruscha? Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco curator Karin Breuer gives a primer on the iconic Los Angeles artist, examining his style, his subject matter, and his effortlessly cool persona.
Watch the video and buy tickets here.

Find Us at Outside Lands!

August 5–7 | Eco Lands | Golden Gate Park

Feeling lucky? Visit our booth in Eco Lands to spin our giant prize wheel for festival-friendly goods, and find out how you can enter to win an Ed Ruscha–themed grand prize package. Learn more.

Pokémon Go at the de Young

Saturday, August 13 | 10 am–3 pm | de Young

Pokémon trainers of all ages are encouraged to join us on the grounds of the de Young as you to explore our eight Poké stops and gym. Stop by the Family Welcome Station for directions and to enjoy a complementary art activity booklet. Children who complete the activity will receive a prize. Learn more.

Kira Kira, Moya Moya, Hara Hara, by August Artist-in-Residence Masako Miki

August 3–September 4 | de Young | Kimball Education Gallery

During her one-month residency, Masako Miki creates a series of large-scale drawings within an architectural mazelike installation that leads museum visitors through a narrative relating to ritual and transformation. Learn more.

Ed Ruscha Friday Nights Tour Package

Fridays through September | de Young

Each Ed Ruscha Friday Nights Tour Package ticket includes admission to the de Young’s galleries, a reserved spot on a private docent-led tour of Ed Ruscha and the Great American West, and a complimentary beverage at the bar or café. For more information and to purchase tickets click here.

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Ed Ruscha on the balcony of his desert house, near Joshua Tree, California, 1986. Courtesy Ed Ruscha Studio. Mason Williams (left) and Ed Ruscha, Ruscha’s childhood home, Oklahoma City, ca. 1953. Courtesy Ed Ruscha Studio. Ed Ruscha, America’s Future (detail),1979. Oil on canvas, 22 x 159 in. Collection of Levi Strauss & Co., San Francisco © Ed Ruscha. Ed Ruscha (second from left) receiving National Printing Week award, Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce, February 1956. Courtesy Ed Ruscha Studio. Ed Ruscha, Joshua Tree (detail), 1982–1986. Acrylic on canvas, 64 x 64 in. Lent by Scott Ziegler and Laurie Ziegler © Ed Ruscha. Jerry McMillan, Patrick Blackwell, Ed Ruscha, and Joe Goode (clockwise from left), 1818 North New Hampshire Avenue, Hollywood, California, 1959 (photo by Patrick Blackwell). Courtesy Ed Ruscha Studio. Ed Ruscha, Dodger Stadium (detail), 1000 Elysian Park Ave., 1967, from Parking Lots, series published in 1999. Gelatin silver print, 20 x 16 in. Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, Museum purchase, Mrs. Paul L. Wattis Fund., 2000.131.228.13 © Ed Ruscha. Ed Ruscha in front of Ferus Gallery during his first solo show, 723 North La Cienega Boulevard, Los Angeles, 1963. Courtesy Ed Ruscha Studio. Ed Ruscha, Coyote (detail), 1989. Lithograph, 36 x 27 in. Published by the artist. Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, Museum purchase, Mrs. Paul L. Wattis Fund., 2000.131.151.1 © Ed Ruscha. Ed Ruscha at work in his Western Avenue studio, Hollywood, ca. 1982 (photo by Tim Street-Porter). Courtesy Ed Ruscha Studio, photography by Tim Street-Porter. Ed Ruscha, Standard Station (detail), Amarillo, Texas, 1963. Oil on canvas, 64 7/8 x 121 3/4 in. Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire; Gift of James Meeker, Class of 1958, in memory of Lee English, Class of 1958, scholar, poet, athlete, and friend to all, P.976.281 © Ed Ruscha

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The Pokémon Go Scavenger Hunt is organized by the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco and is in no way associated with Niantic, Inc. ©, Pokémon. ©, Nintendo © Creatures Inc. ©, or GAME FREAK inc ©.

Masako Miki, making her disappear (black wolves). Ink on paper, 22 x 30 in. © 2013 the artist


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