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At Open Space: New Dawn Lundy Martin Homage to Glenn Ligon March 24, 2016: “Disembodied States: THE BODY GRIEVES IN ITS HEART CHEST” by Dawn Lundy Martin is the newest essay at the newest Open Space. “Disembodied States” is “a special nine-part [...] by

World First, Museum Second: Announcing a Brand-New Open Space October 23, 2015: This is enchanting: SFMOMA’s already well-lit and educational (and poet-friendly) Open Space has a new website! Editor Suzanne Stein reflects on the three years of thinking, planning, and [...] by

Real Family Is Difficult May 21, 2015: Trisha Low focuses on the family in a new post for SFMoma’s Open Space, writing on the issues of the day: Conceptualism as it’s seen and branded, the Mongrel Coalition, Kenny Goldsmith [...] by

At Open Space: erica kaufman’s Continuous Present November 20, 2013: Up today at SFMOMA’s Open Space On the Contemporary series (curated by Brandon Brown) is a piece by erica kaufman, “The Leaves Changed and I Didn’t Notice: 10 Jilted Starts.” It [...] by

Selections from FIELD WORK: Dodie Bellamy @ Open Space October 11, 2013: OPEN SPACE, the official blog for San Francisco’s Museum of Modern Art, has just started posting selections from a small chapbook of poetry called FIELD WORK, edited by poet and playwright [...] by

The Steins Collect Wayne Koestenbaum May 20, 2011: “For me, it is I, and it is the only reproduction of me which is always I, for me.” Portrait of Gertrude Stein, 1906, by Pablo Picasso (collection Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York) [...] by