On June 3, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art will close its doors for nearly three years as part of a massive $610 million expansion project that will add a new wing, nearly doubling the museum’s gallery space. We bid farewell to the SFMOMA in its current state with a special broadcast from the museum’s Schwab Room. We’ll talk about plans for the museum’s future, and the off-site programing SFMOMA will present at other museums and around the Bay Area during the temporary closure.
Neal Benezra, director of SFMOMA
Janet Bishop, curator of painting and sculpture at SFMOMA
Kenneth Baker, art critic for the San Francisco Chronicle