Early on a Wednesday morning, just after rush hour, we drove to San Francisco so we could take in the 883 local artworks presented through January 2024 at the deYoung Museum. The "new" building was controversial at the time it was built in 2005 (history of the museum and architecture is here), and is sometimes referred to as the "Klingon warship" due to its shape and now patinated color.
Here is the entrance. I'm not sure you can see it in the photo (but you can see it in the link, below), but if you look at the walkway, it has a long crack running as a path through the stone, "Drawn Stone," a 2005 creation by artist Andy Goldsworthy, referencing San Francisco's faultlines, and perhaps predilection for earthquakes, although the stone itself was imported from England.
But here is the welcoming banner: Your Artwork, Our Walls: The deYoung Open.