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Museum Hours
Thurs: 1 PM–8 PM
Fri–Mon: 10 AM–5 PM
Tue–Wed: Closed
Cafe Hours
Fri-Mon: 10 AM—4:30 PM
Thurs: 1—7:30 PM
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200 Larkin St.
San Francisco, CA 94102
415.581.3500
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Exhibitions

In a large gallery, the black-and-white image of a bird perched on a bare branch is projected onto a large screen. Two visitors walk toward the projected image.
Exhibition On View
Memento: Jayashree Chakravarty and Lam Tung Pang

Travel through Kolkata and Hong Kong with contemporary works from the collection that explore the modern city as both a personal and political landscape.

THROUGH JUN 6

Seeing Gender
THROUGH SEP 5

Look at the museum collection through a new lens with Seeing Gender, a focused selection that reveals the complexities and nuances of gender across Asian art.

Zheng Chongbin: I Look for the Sky
Ongoing

Bay Area artist Zheng Chongbin’s site-specific installation uses transparency and light to explore how ephemeral changes can alter our perception of place.

Liu Jianhua: Collected Letters
NOW ON VIEW
Porcelain letters and fragments of Chinese characters, suspended in midair, mingle in a silent symphony of symbols, open to interpretation and new readings.
Jenifer K Wofford: Pattern Recognition
VIEWABLE FROM HYDE STREET

A mural inspired by traditional Asian decorative motifs and the bold, colorful graphics of the 1980s, Pattern Recognition celebrates Asian American artists and immigrant communities.

Chanel Miller: I was, I am, I will be
VIEWABLE FROM HYDE STREET

The inaugural work in the Wilbur Gallery introduces artist Chanel Miller, who represents healing as a three-part process: reflecting on the past, being mindful in the present, and envisioning the future.

Carlos Villa: Worlds in Collision
OPENING JUN 17

Carlos Villa: Worlds in Collision celebrates the exuberant work and enduring influence of San Francisco artist Carlos Villa (1936–2013). The first major museum retrospective dedicated to the work of a Filipino American artist, this groundbreaking exhibition shows us Villa not only as one of the most important artists of his generation, but also as a teacher, curator, activist, and community organizer.

East West Bank Art Terrace
Open Air, Open Mind

The East West Bank Art Terrace will open soon. Until then, you can view Don't Mess With Me from the corner of McAllister and Hyde Streets, outside the museum.





Past Exhibitions
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