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Dynamic Duo at the de Young


Patrick Kelly & Judy Chicago in San Francisco. Happily the de Young Museum is again accepting group reservations, and we return for two exciting exhibits featuring American artists Patrick Kelly and Judy Chicago.


Known for large and collaborative pieces, Judy Chicago: A Retrospective displays her variety of creativity, imaginative talent and artistic skills from needlework to welding and pyrotechnics. Celebrating the often overlooked talents and accomplishments of women, she also founded the first feminist art program in the United States at California State University, Fresno in 1970.

Patrick Kelly: Runway of Love looks at the career and legacy of Black fashion designer with exhibit of seventy-nine fully accessorized ensembles. Chic and light-hearted, yet sophisticated, his designs caught the attention of French fashion magazines as well as exclusive Bergdorf Goodman’s in New York who showcased his creations in their Fifth Avenue windows.

An audio is included for the exhibits.

There will be option to shuttle to the Legion of Honor Museum in the afternoon for permanent collection or special exhibit “Pastels from the Renaissance.” The 80-piece collection includes drawings by Edward Degas, Diego Rivera and our own Wayne Thiebaud will require an additional $10 admission if interested.

Lunch is on your own at either museum café.




Wednesday, January 5, 2022

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