Tag: Mexican Museum

‘Artist’s Evolution’ showcases Fernando Reyes’ breadth

Local artist Fernando Reyes -- a banker turned painter and printmaker -- has been doing exhilarating things with paper-cutout collage.…

7 months ago

Modern Mexican art’s diversity revealed in ‘Maestros’

International movements and Mexican history come together in “Maestros: 20th Century Mexican Masters.” The exhibition, at the Mexican Museum in…

3 years ago

Mexican Museum unveils treasures

Between 1975 when it was founded and 2018 when it hopes to open a permanent home at Mission and Third…

4 years ago

SF approves lease for Mexican Museum at Yerba Buena

The San Francisco Board of Supervisors on Tuesday unanimously approved a lease in the city's Yerba Buena neighborhood for The…

4 years ago

Mexican Museum reveals interior design for permanent site

Galleries, rotating exhibitions, an education center, an auditorium and a restaurant. Those are among the features that will accompany more…

4 years ago

Mexican Museum brings on Mexican architect to design interior of San Francisco space

The Mexican Museum is bringing on a Mexican architect as the institution begins planning for its controversial and long-in-the-works permanent…

5 years ago

Fire CCSF trustees for years of inaction

•"There is a way forward for City College," Opinion, Tuesday Fire CCSF trustees for years of inaction Publishing hogwash such…

5 years ago

Height of building that would house Mexican Museum still at issue

Appeals and ballot fights hang over hearings this week for a project at 706 Mission St. that would construct new…

5 years ago