Exhibitions

AFTER LIFE (we survive)

Presented by YBCA

November 9, 2020–January 24, 2021

A new multimedia public art experience that brings artists together to explore speculative and real modes of survival in response to ongoing racial injustice, environmental collapse, health disparities, and loss of homes and land impacting communities of color.

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The Monument as Living Memory

Public Art

The Monument as Living Memory

A Collective Architectural Intervention led by Caleb Duarte

This work illustrates the closure, dismantling, and restructuring of institutions, the toppling of monuments, and the uprising of a palpable collective spirit across our country.

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October 9–March 30, 2021

YBCA
701 Mission Street Plaza

AFTER LIFE (we survive)

Exhibitions

AFTER LIFE (we survive)

Presented by YBCA

A new multimedia public art experience that brings artists together to explore speculative and real modes of survival in response to ongoing racial injustice, environmental collapse, health disparities, and loss of homes and land impacting communities of color.

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November 9, 2020–January 24, 2021

AFTER LIFE can be experienced in-person, for free and socially-distanced, by walking outdoors around the YBCA building. The exhibition is best viewable at twilight or early evening. A virtual 3D walkthrough and exclusive content, including additional artworks, digital experiences, and artist-curator conversations, can be accessed online at YBCA.org

Dream

Public Art

Dream

Ana Teresa Fernández

A public art installation commissioned by YBCA and co-sponsored by San Francisco Public Works.

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Abeyance (Draves y Robles y Vargas)

Public Art

Abeyance (Draves y Robles y Vargas)

Jerome Reyes

Abeyance honors three Bay Area natives by sharing their stories of migration, displacement, and resilience.

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Always on view