Politicians have feared that the bad-boy artist’s dramatic architecture would disrupt the historic scenery that once inspired the work of Norway’s most-famous painter, Edvard Munch.
SAN FRANCISCO — After a three-year closure, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) reopens to the public on May 14.
Things are changing fast in New York — granted, when haven’t they? — but the next few years in particular seem filled with promise to bring fresh architectural and design ideas and monuments that will transform this place into something new. Here are a few thing we’re looking forward to in the coming years.
The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art just unveiled the designs for their new building, and it looks like … a granite glacier fit into a skinny city block? Developed by Norwegian architectural firm Snøhetta, the expansion will add over 225,000 square feet the the museum.