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yesterday at 23:39. Facebook
It's been one week since the Bay Area lost 36 members of the arts community. For those looking for ways to help, KQED Arts has compiled these resources.

Oakland Fire: Benefits, Vigils and Other Ways to Honor the Victims | KQED

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yesterday at 20:35. Facebook
We're excited to announce our spring exhibition, 'Summer of Love: Art, Fashion, and Rock & Roll,' opening next April.

This immersive exhibition will showcase iconic rock posters, photographs, costumes, interactive light shows and more, in a 50th anniversary celebration of San Francisco's legendary Summer of Love in 1967.

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yesterday at 00:06. Facebook
Started your holiday shopping yet? We have gift guides galore, from stocking stuffers to our 50 Under $50 collection.

Visit our museum store in-person or online to relive your favorite shows with exhibition catalogues and encourage the budding artist in your life with coloring sets or a gift membership.

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50 Under $50 | de Young & Legion of Honor Stores

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12/07/2016 at 00:29. Facebook
How many times have you thought 'I could do that' when looking at an artwork? It's a statement that can often be overheard in our contemporary galleries, near Frank Stella's 'Lettre sur les aveugles II.'

Stella himself is known for the soundbite, "What you see is what you see." But, his early works and Protractor series each display a highly considered approach, from the response to his art...
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Here's Why You Should Stop Saying 'I Could Do That' About Art | The Huffington Post

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de Young Museum
12/06/2016 at 00:33. Facebook
“I think it is extremely important for everyone to have a bit of courage, to step up to the plate, so to speak, whatever the consequences.”

Photographer Danny Lyon, whose work is currently on view in 'Message to the Future,' is tackling the subject of climate change in his latest project and isn't pulling any punches, via The Guardian.

Danny Lyon on why he's naming and shaming 'climate criminals' | The Guardian

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de Young Museum
12/04/2016 at 17:54. Facebook
"In the eyes of a painter whose work is intrinsically color-related, Stella is a godfather. "

From ecstasy-ridden fantasies to his place in the history of art, Juxtapoz Magazine speaks to artists influenced by Frank Stella.

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Frank Stella: A Retrospective | Juxtapoz Magazine

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12/03/2016 at 17:07. Facebook
Now open! 'Beyond the Surface: Worldwide Embroidery Traditions,' an exploration of distinguished craftsmanship and unique social and cultural connotations of embroidered costumes and accessories from around the world.

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Fun fact: Frank Stella used radiator paint in his Aluminium Painting series. The high oil content in aluminium paint created a subtle bleed out from the edges of Stella's brushstrokes, mimicking oil gently leaking from a machine.

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'Avicenna' | Frank Stella | 1960
Danny Lyon met Bill Sanders, a tattoo artist based in Houston and the subject of his first film, 'Soc. Sci. 127,' through a prisoner he had become acquainted with in the Texas prison system.

The 21 minute film, which can be viewed in the exhibition, is both intensely realistic - Sanders can be seen tattooing customers and drunkenly slurring at the camera - and also part fantasy. Writing in...
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Exciting news! The catalogue for our 'Royal Hawaiian Featherwork: Nā Hulu Aliʻi ' exhibition, produced in collaboration with the Bishop Museum, has won the R. L. Shep Ethnic Textiles Book Award for 2015.

The exhibition welcomed over 90,000 visitors after it opened here in August 2015 and the catalogue showcases the history and skill of this unique craft.

FYI we still have copies available...
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Hawaiian Featherwork Book Recognized with National Award

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Want to know how our new director, Max Hollein, is shaking up the San Francisco museum scene and what new exhibitions are coming your way?

Take a peek at San Francisco Chronicle's latest feature to find out.

Max Hollein’s Ideas May Elevate SF Museums’ Role in Art World | San Francisco Chronicle

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We're thrilled to announce that one of our works by Christian Dior is to be featured in a new series of reference books marking the 70th anniversary of the House of Dior.

Dior's 'Junon' evening dress design appeared in his 1949 fall/winter collection. On the left is a letter from department store I. Mangin & Co., written on the occasion of the dress’s entry into our collection.

To learn...
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The only kind of Black Friday we need.

'Jill' | Frank Stella |1959
Happy Thanksgiving! We hope your day is stuffed with family, friendship and plenty of pie.

'Turkeys' | Arthur Rigden Read | ca. 1925
It's nearly Thanksgiving! Just a reminder that the museum will be closed this Thursday, but open the rest of the holiday weekend, so press pause on the turkey sandwiches and stop by for a visit!

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'Chocorua IV' | Frank Stella | 1966
The final installment of Friday Nights takes place this week! See you on the dance floor?

Friday Nights at the de Young: The Final Friday

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"There’s much more to Stella than the vivid colors and playful patterns that practically skip into the realm of Pop Art."

Our two fall retrospectives feature artists who look to both the future and the past, via SF Weekly.

International Influence | SF Weekly

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We're back live with Frank Stella and curator Timothy Burgard.
Watch Frank Stella live in conversation with Curator-in-Charge of American Art, Timothy Burgard, discussing his six-decade and counting career and new exhibition, ‘Frank Stella: A Retrospective,’ now on view.
Reminder that tonight you can watch Frank Stella in his sold-out conversation with Curator-in-Charge of American Art, Timothy Burgard, right here on Facebook. Tune in at 7pm to watch live.

Photo courtesy of Drew Altizer Photography.