Andrea Geyer: To Those Who Have Eyes to See

San Francisco Museum of Modern Art

Andrea Geyer's site-specific installation brings to light the history of American women as champions of modern art via the enduring legacy of Grace McCann Morley, SFMOMA's director from the museum's founding in 1935 until 1958. "To Those Who Have Eyes To See" celebrates diverse narratives, including the modern histories of both exhibition design and LGBTQ communities, and Morley's conviction that art and museums are not luxuries or pastimes but fundamental necessities.

This is what SF/Arts curator Christian L. Frock had to say about Andrea Geyer: To Those Who Have Eyes to See :

Andrea Geyer’s site-specific project revisits the legacy of Grace McCann Morely, SFMOMA’s founding director from 1935 to 1958, specifically considering Morely’s tireless advocacy for the Bay Area art scene and for crafting a museum to foster broad public access to American Modern art. A free print publication provides an astonishing amount of research into this extraordinary legacy.

Event Info
Feb 09 → Aug 15
Daily 10 am-5 pm & Thu until 9 pm; closed on Thanksgiving & Christmas
$25; $22 seniors; $19 (ages 19-24) Free (age 18 and under) members free
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
151 Third St., San Francisco
Info: 357-4000
Venue: 357-4000
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