Game on: Museums in Kansas City and San Francisco face off in Super Bowl duel

While California law prevents SFMoMA from wagering the loan of a work on the outcome of the NFL’s championship game, officials there and at the Nelson-Atkins Museum have found a creative solution

SFMoMA eliminates 20 positions amid persistently low attendance and rising operational costs

The museum says its visitor numbers are just 65% of what they were pre-Covid

SFMoMA acquires more than 100 works by artists with disabilities

The acquisitions mark a new partnership between the museum and Bay Area non-profit Creative Growth Art Center; the museum also acquired works from Creativity Explored and Nurturing Independence through Artistic Development

$30 is the new $25: SFMoMA raises admission prices

The Bay Area institution is increasing its ticket prices 20% just in time for a blockbuster Yayoi Kusama show

SFMoMA acquires architectural capsule from Tokyo's famed Metabolist tower

Architect Kisho Kurokawa's Nakagin Capsule Tower was demolished last year, but 23 of its distinctive pods were preserved

Two San Francisco museums launch joint curatorial position focused on art of the African diaspora

The new position, created by SFMoMA and the Museum of the African Diaspora, will involve the development of exhibitions and other programmes at both institutions

SFMoMA acquires its first NFT, a work by tech art pioneer Lynn Hershman Leeson

The museum is one of the most prominent to date to acquire a blockchain-backed digital artwork for its permanent collection

‘We are asking for people to care’: protestors unfurled banners at SFMOMA in support of Iranian uprising

The anonymous group took inspiration from a similar action last month, organised by a different collective, at the Guggenheim Museum in New York

How do you conserve a sculpture designed to decay?

Neri Oxman’s exhibition at SFMOMA features two versions of a sculpture made with bio-composite materials, one of which will decompose over the course of show

SFMoMA receives gift of 350 works and $10m bequest from late American trustees

The donation includes works by Marcel Duchamp, Jeff Koons, Ai Weiwei and others from the collection of the late philanthropists Norah and Norman Stone

Further cuts at SFMoMA end its film programme, art loan gallery and publishing platform

Seven staff will also lose their jobs as tightened budgets and low attendance impact operations

The top six hashtags to follow now as the art world moves onto social media

The museums of Modern art in New York and San Francisco are leading the way on promoting digital content on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook

San Francisco fairs reflect the Bay Area's widening wealth gap

While Fog Design+Art and Untitled continue to draw established dealers, younger galleries opt out due to concerns over the wider cultural economy

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David Ross, ex-SFMoMA, appointed chairman of Eyestorm

The company is moving from clicks to bricks selling through furnishing shops such as Conran