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The green apple. The bowler hat. The pipe. Think you know Magritte? Think again. Open 5/19 🍏 #MagritteSFMOMA #thisisnotahashtag

http://sfmoma.me/ReneMagritte

“The camera is an instrument that teaches people how to see without the camera.”—Dorothea Lange
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#HBD to American photographer Dorothea Lange, born #onthisday in 1895.
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[#DorotheaLange, Two of the Seven Browning Children In Doorway at the Oregon Home, Dead Ox Flat, Malheur County, Oregon, 1939; Migrant Mother of 6, Age 32, Now Living in California, 1936, printed 1971; Ditched, Stalled and Stranded, San Joaquin Valley, California, 1935; Hoe Culture, Alabama Tenant Farmer near Anniston, 1936; printed 1971; Funeral Cortège, End of an Era In a Small Valley Town, California, 1938, printed 1959; White Angel Breadline, San Francisco, 1933; Baby from Mississippi parked in truck at FSA camp, Merrill, Klamath County, Oregon, 1939; Power Farming Displaces Tenants in This Dry Cotton Area, Texas Panhandle, 1938, printed 1971; Two Girls, 1950s, A California Fruit Tramp and His Family in the Marysville Migrant Camp, 1935]


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Time for this week’s #SubmissionFriday ☀️ Fresh art to get you ready for the weekend!
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We gather submissions from practicing artists via @tumblr throughout the week and feature selections each Friday. Head to sfmoma.tumblr.com/submit to share your artwork with us 🎨
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[Jessica Poundstone, Color Space 27; Anonymous, Undertow; Morgan Guerra, Simple Times; Maryrose Cobarrubias Mendoza, Terrace, 2018; Varvara Shinkarenjo, Desire, Despair; A.J. Cabalu, Bricks on Bricks]


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When it's #NationalWineDay, you celebrate like Rene Magritte 🍷 #MagritteSFMOMA #thisisnotahashtag
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[#ReneMagritte, The Curvature of the Universe (La courbure de l'univers), 1950. Oil on glass bottle, 11 1/2 × 2 7/8 (diameter) in. (29.2 × 7.3 cm). The Menil Collection, Houston. ©️ C. Herscovici / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York. Photo: Paul Hester]


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We're open from 10am-5pm this #MemorialDay, we'll see you in the galleries 👀 .
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[Naoki Kajitani, five-star, from the series JPEG, 2003, printed 2014]


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Did you know Cindy Sherman failed her first photography class in college? Jokes on them. Head to our IG story learn more about Sherman and her process for #WCWxSFMOMA.
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[Cindy Sherman, Untitled #193, 1989]


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We are deeply saddened to hear about the passing of #RobertIndiana. Our thoughts are with his friends and family. We will forever feel the impact of his love.
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[Robert Indiana, Love, 1966-1999]


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That bright yellow form creates a second frame within Helen Frankenthaler's Interior Landscape (1964). The artist acknowledged that its spiky contours, produced by the original splash of paint, are atypical for her.
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Visit this work, now on view on Floor 4.
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[Helen Frankenthaler, Interior Landscape, 1964]


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The green apple. The bowler hat. The pipe. Think you know Magritte? Think again.
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René Magritte: The Fifth Season is now OPEN 🍏#MagritteSFMOMA #thisisnotahashtag


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The cutest game of who wore it better we’ve ever seen 🎨 #SFMOMAmini
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[Sam Francis, Untitled, 1955-56]


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This is your last chance to see #DesignedinCA, closing 1 week from today!
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The lure of being both on and off the grid still draws designers to California. Yet, the digital revolution has helped transform the modern consumer into the digital user.


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It’s our favorite day of the week
👉 #SubmissionFriday 👈
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We gather submissions from practicing artists via @tumblr throughout the week and feature selections each Friday. Head on over to sfmoma.tumblr.com/submit to share your artwork with us 😍
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[Christina Barrera, There Will Never be Any More Perfection than There is Now, 2017; Darla McKenna, Algiers Series #4, 2018; Yuko Kyutoku, Hand-Blooming, 2017; Nurielle Stern, Things are not like they used to be, Porcelain & Museum gel, 2016; Debora Barnaba, body; Craig Stewart, Perhaps Not What You Would Expect from a Body, Steel, wood, fabric, speakers, casters, 2018; Celeste Ortiz, Peach, 2017; Koleena Guzman, Roommate #8, 2017; ]


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“When art has changed, it’s because the world was changing.”—Corita Kent
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Get with the Action is in its 3rd rotation. Experience how the protest poster has evolved from the 1960s to now on Floor 3.
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#YourSFMOMA #SFMOMAmini


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