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FINAL WEEKS Closes September 14
#HelloGorgeous
 

 

Oh, how time flies.  It seems like just yesterday we were voguing at the Grit & Glamour Gorgeous opening party with people decked out in fabulous outfits. And now, suddenly, we’re approaching the final weeks of Gorgeous. Sigh.
 

Don’t miss your chance to experience 72 unique artworks from the collections of the Asian Art Museum and SFMOMA. San Francisco Chronicle’s Kenneth Baker said the exhibition left him “…amused, amazed and confused in about equal measure – no easy feat.” SF Weekly called it "one of the year's most provocative exhibits."


What exactly is this show about? For a taste, check out this short clip in which people share their definition of "gorgeous."  Click here for the entire playlist of related videos. Wanna sweeten the deal? See Gorgeous for just $5 on Thursdays after 5 pm. Sometimes we have special programs on these nights. Better yet, you can see it for FREE this Sunday at Korea Day.


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Chong-Moon Lee Center
for Asian Art & Culture
 
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SF, CA  94102
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This exhibition was organized by the Asian Art Museum in partnership with the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.Presentation at the Asian Art Museum is made possible with the generous support of Prospect Creek Foundation, Fred Eychaner, Helen and Charles R. Schwab, Doris Fisher, The Bernard Osher Foundation, United, The Akiko Yamazaki and Jerry Yang Fund for Excellence in Exhibitions and Presentations, Jim Breyer, William Mathews Brooks, Eliza and Dean Cash, Sakurako and William Fisher, Fred M. Levin and Nancy Livingston, The Shenson Foundation, Hiro and Betty Jean Ogawa, Pacific Gas & Electric Company, Lucy Sun and Warren Felson, Jean and James E. Douglas, Jr., and an anonymous donor. Media sponsors: ABC7, San Francisco Examiner, 7x7. Artwork in gallery photo: Portrait (Futago), 1988, by Yasumasa Morimura (Japanese, b. 1951). Chromogenic print with acrylic paint and gel medium. Collection SFMOMA, Gift of Vicki and Kent Logan, 97.788; Gorjus, 1989, by Sally Mann (American, b. 1951). Gelatin silver print. Collection SFMOMA, Accessions Committee Fund purchase, 91.317; Jessie at 5, 1987, by Sally Mann (American, b. 1957). Gelatin silver print. Collection SFMOMA, Purchase, 89.13.

 


 

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