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Edvard Munch, Between the Clock and the Bed at SF MOMA

Hosted by the Consul of the San Francisco Art Museums and Galleries Group
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Took place 1 month ago
Sun 08 Oct 11:00 - 17:00

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The famous The Scream is not part of this exhibition 😱, but still, interestingly enough, this is what we can expect, from what the museum tells us:

"A master by the age of 30, Edvard Munch Protected content was among the most celebrated and controversial artists of his generation. But, as he confessed in Protected content , his true breakthrough came very late in life. Featuring 44 landmark compositions about art, love, mortality, and the ravages of time, Edvard Munch: Between the Clock and the Bed uses the artist’s last significant self-portrait as a starting point to reassess a lifetime of painting. Together, these profoundly human and technically daring artworks reveal Munch as a tireless innovator and an artist as revolutionary in his maturity as he was in his breakthrough years.

Organized byProtected content this exhibition includes treasured paintings from the artist’s own collection, six of them never before exhibited in the United States."

This event requires you to buy a ticket to visit the exhibition. Everyone buys their own ticket. Please get your tickets for Noon.
This will grant you access to Munch exhibition at Noon, but allows you to visit the rest of the museum anytime starting at 10:00am.

Note that this is both the last day for the Munch exhibition, and Sunday, so expect it will be pretty much packed. It's also Fleet Week, and Oracle conference, and a Holiday.
It's probably a good idea to buy the tickets ahead of time, here: Protected content

Make sure you get your tickets for Noon.

Buying the Edvard Munch ticket will give you access to the rest of the museum as well. Make sure you buy the Edvard Munch exhibition ticket, and not the General Access only.

The event lasts 6 hours, so this will give us time to visit several of the other shows on display.
This is the current list of exhibits going on: Protected content

There are really no rules for the event, but this could be a nice plan for the day:

- 11:00am. Meet each other, have a quick coffee, wait for late-runners. 30-ish min.

- 12:00pm. Visit the Edvard Munch Exhibition. Protected content .

- 1:30pm. Have a quick snack/late brunch at the museum cafe.

- 3:00pm. Visit other shows, the store, as time allows.

- If we have energy, do something else after museum closes.