1. Fraenkel Gallery

    One of the gallery’s first exhibitions was of NASA’s lunar photographs, and this set a tone for what followed. Soon came exhibitions by Eugene Atget, Edward Weston and Diane Arbus, and later, the Bechers, Adam Fuss, and Sol LeWitt. Projects have brought together work across all media, juxtaposing photography with painting, drawing, and sculpture. Other photographers whose work is regularly shown include Richard Avedon and Man Ray.

  2. Museum of Craft and Folk Art

    The emphasis here is on the varieties of non-mainstream ways that people find to be creative – to see things afresh and make something new out of them. This may include traditional folk art from all over the world.

    • 51 Yerba Buena Lane at Mission between 3rd & 4th

    • 415 775 0991

    • Open 11am–6pm Tue–Fri; 11am–5pm Sat & Sun

    • Adm


  3. Frey Norris Gallery

    This dynamic and extremely stylish contemporary art venue hosts exhibitions of celebrated American and international works, including those by prominent artists from China, Japan, South Korea, and Russia. Bay Area artists are also popular. The staff provide help and advice to amateur and serious collectors alike about the contemporary art market.

    • 456 Geary Street

    • 415 346 7812

    • Open 11am–7pm Tue–Sat; 11am–7pm Sun

    • Free

  4. Pacific Heritage Museum

    Occupying the old San Francisco Mint (1875–7), on top of which the Bank of Canton has been built. The bank sponsors the museum, which focuses on the art of the Pacific Rim, aiming to bring the work of Asian artists to a wider audience. Exhibitions feature many pieces on loan from private collections.

  5. Museo ItaloAmericano

    Not only a museum and gallery, but also a community center for San Francisco’s Italians. Temporary exhibitions might focus on the work of an Italian artist, or on some aspect of Italian culture. Classes are also offered on Italian art and architecture, and cookery.

    • Fort Mason Center, Bldg C

    • 415 673 2200

    • Open noon–4pm daily (Mon by appointment only)

  6. Galería de la Raza

    Bi-monthly exhibitions of Mexican-American art might include painters, cartoonists, performance artists, muralists, or digital installations. Programs also include films, panel discussions, and performances by stars of the Latino art and music scene.

  7. Intersection for the Arts

    Radical and diverse art emerges out of this hotbed of creativity. The alternative multi-genre art installation combines live drama performances, video and film screenings, and panel discussions, which largely explore the influence of race and relationships on people’s work and lives.

    • 446 Valencia St between 15th & 16th sts

    • 415 626 2787

    • Open noon–5pm Wed–Sat

    • Free

  8. San Francisco Arts Commission Gallery

    Opened in 1970 this was one of the first galleries dedicated to showing the work of emerging Bay Area artists. In addition, the Gallery Slide Registry contains images by more than 500 professional artists from across the US.

    San Francisco Arts Commission Gallery
  9. SoMarts Cultural Center

    Group and solo shows, music, and readings are a few of the creative goings-on you can encounter here. Founded in 1975, SoMarts is a city-owned cultural center with two exhibition spaces, a 250-seat theater, and printmaking, pottery, and design studios.

    • 934 Brannan St bet 8th & 9th sts

    • 415 863 1414

    • Open 2–7pm Tue–Fri

    • Free

  10. Cartoon Art Museum

    With an endowment from Peanuts creator, the late Charles M. Schulz, the museum is the only one in the US dedicated to cartoon art in all its forms and has approximately 6,000 pieces.

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