Art

Fort Point and the Golden Gate Bridge
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In honor of the Golden Gate Bridge reaching its 75th anniversary, the FOR-SITE Foundation partnered with the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy and National Parks Service to create International Orange.
Fort Scott, Presidio of San Francisco
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The first exhibition shown within a national park, Presidio Habitats brought together a group of eleven international artists, designers, and architects. The show was located with the Fort Scott District of the park.
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Regarded as Janet Cardiff’s masterpiece, The Forty Part Motet is a reworking of a 400-year-old choral arrangement, with recorded voices piped through 40 speakers.
Alcatraz Historic Prisons
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Located 1.5 miles off the coast of San Francisco, Alcatraz Island encompasses a total of 22 acres in the center of San Francisco Bay. Opened to the public in fall 1973, Alcatraz is one of America's most popular national park sites and currently welcomes more than 1.4 million visitors each...
Lands End
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Przyblyski’s interactive piece, in collaboration with fellow artist Mitche Manitou, investigates Lands End through a guided audio tour, installation, and companion booklet. The sixteen tracks take the listener through sites in San Francisco’s most western shore.
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Jeannene Przybliski produced a self-guided audio tour with accompanying booklet for the Presidio. The piece was created specifically for Lover’s Lane, the oldest known foot trail within the park.
Illustration of Alcatraz as seen through a keyhole, behind a chain link fence as a pelican flies by
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P.A.T.H., a Marin based non-profit arts organization founded and directed by Bay Area artist Leslie Lakes, has gathered a collection of original works of art by incarcerated artists from across the U.S.
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Charles Unser has been a participant of Art Explorers for twelve years, often exploring historical themes with a particular interest in American gangs of the 20thCentury. He created ten portraits of famous Alcatraz prisoners with colored pencils on wooden panels, offering a unique artistic and visual window into the lives...
Prisoners of Age exhibit
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Featured in cities and prison museums across North America, Europe, and Australia, Prisoners of Age found a temporary home at Alcatraz in the New Industries Building from June 2015 - June 2016. A product of over 18 years of work, Prisoners of Age seeks to connect faces and stories of...
Home Land Security Exhibit
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Presented by the FOR-SITE Foundation in partnership with the National Park Service, the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy, and the Presidio Trust, Home Land Security featured 18 contemporary artists and collectives from 12 countries around the world, providing a global perspective on the themes of home, safety, and defense.