After three years of undergoing construction, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art reopened to the public amid fanfare Saturday.
The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art reopened Saturday after a three-year, $610 million expansion.
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After $305 million, three years of hard labor and three weeks of sneak previews, private walk-throughs, teacher days, soirees and galas, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art finally opened to the general public Saturday morning. Director Neal Benezra stood on a stage on Howard Street before an audience of 300 dignitaries who were patiently waiting for the ceremonial ribbon cutting so they could get in out of the fog. A drum corps came through, pounding too loud for 9:30 a.m., and those dignitaries and invited guests headed down the new alleyway entrance on Howard and up the steps to the front door as if Black Friday had shifted to May. For nonmembers, the regular $25 admission charge was waived and all 5,000 allotted tickets were claimed in a few hours. Each ticket came with an entry time, spaced out every 15 minutes until 5:45 p.m. Once in, you could stay until closing and most people planned to do just that. “You get to see people who have no affiliation with the
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