Artists ♥ Football: Matthew Barney | SFMOMA Shorts
Artist Matthew Barney describes how his experience as an athlete shaped his early work. He discusses his project Drawing Restraint (1987–ongoing), which includes overt and subtle references to football and the culture of organized sports.
SFMOMA VJs: Jessalyn's Songs for Protest Playlist | SFMOMA Shorts
Question, analyze, and think about the world as you listen to the many shades of musical protest with SFMOMA VJ Jessalyn Aaland. Check out the playlist here:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IF6q6XKKrik&list=PL6LAgXLAqTH-St9XSSJXbnVFWcYQNDMd9
Art Is… Revolutionizing the Museum | SFMOMA Shorts
Artists AA Bronson, Stephanie Syjuco, and Hans Haacke discuss the question of whether the museum is “over” and the complicated relationship between their work and the institution. They describe how they and other artists used their practice to break down barriers and reinvent the museum in the late twentieth century. Learn more about the featured artists at SFMOMA.org. AA Bronson: https://www.sf...
SFMOMA VJs: Joseph's Blood and Bile Playlist | SFMOMA Shorts
We dare you to watch Joseph Becker's compilation of great moments in horror and gore. Happy Halloween!
Bruce Conner: It’s All True
Bruce Conner was many things, among them a filmmaker, a mixed-media artist, a Beat, a punk, and a notorious prankster. In this collage of rare archival footage, Bruce Conner discusses how, as an artist, he can’t be pinned down and doesn’t want to be. Decades after his groundbreaking work first appeared, it’s still all true.
Artist Cribs: Fred Wilson’s Curious Collections | SFMOMA Shorts
Sculptor Fred Wilson shows us around his Brooklyn studio. Watch him “play” with his extensive collection of tchotchkes, including old toys, food items, bizarre masks, and more. Learn more about Fred Wilson at SFMOMA.org: https://www.sfmoma.org/watch/fred-wilson-on-degradaria/
SFMOMA VJs: Josh's Art, Comedy, or None of the Above Playlist | SFMOMA Shorts
Will you be amused, bemused or confused by Josh's playlist of ambiguous performances?