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Contemporary | Upcoming Exhibitions & Events

Gods in Color

Opening Event

DIS Thinkspo

Sunday, December 3, 2–5 pm | de Young


Join us in celebrating the premiere of the DIS collective's Genre-Nonconforming: The DIS Edutainment Network with Thinkspo, an opening day full of stimulating short talks by DIS, special screenings, and activities including a tasting table with artist Sean Raspet.
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Lecture

Liam Gillick, Industry and Intelligence:
Contemporary Art Since 1820

Monday, December 4, 7–8 pm | Koret Auditorium | de Young


In his recent collection of essays, Industry and Intelligence, Liam Gillick traces the history of contemporary art from 1820 to today, illuminating the ways in which artists respond to not only dramatic cultural shifts but also more subtle, surprising changes. Their responses to these changes—from the technological to the psychological—shift the course of contemporary art.
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New Exhibition

VertiGhost

December 16, 2017–March 25, 2018 | Legion of Honor


VertiGhost, a newly commissioned work by Lynn Hershman Leeson (American, b. 1941) for the Fine Arts Museums, draws the viewer into a meditation about notions of authenticity and the construction of identity. Inspired by the Legion of Honor’s role as a location in Alfred Hitchcock’s Vertigo (1958), Hershman Leeson explores the tension between the pursuit of truth versus the difficulty or lack of desire to distinguish between reality and fiction.
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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
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
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DIS (in collaboration with Chus Martínez, Culturesport, and Ian Isiah), The Host (video still), image courtesy of FAMSF; image courtesy of Liam Gillick; Lynn Hershman Leeson, VertiGhost, image courtesy of FAMSF, copresented with SFFILM.

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