“San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) is a museum reborn. It opened in 1935, showing works by Henri Matisse. In 1995, it moved to its current location on Third Street near Yerba Buena Gardens, designed by architect Mario Botta.
All of what went before is dwarfed by the 2016 SFMOMA, which is now the largest museum of modern art in the United States. When it opened, writer Robert Taylor from the San Jose Mercury News said: “with five new floors of galleries and new outdoor terraces for sculpture, there’s no limit to what the museum can do in the future.”