A pretty impressive list.
There will be a reception from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Thursday, April 4.
The exhibit is of works that deal with the representation of time. As you may note from the names above a number of different media are involved. From drawings to light boxes (like Doug Aitken’s pictured above and below) the exhibit approaches its subject from numerous angles, figuratively and literally. Time in and of itself, time and its impact on an artist’s work and much more are explored in these pieces.
The Time Is Now will be show on two floors and the exhibit coincides with Christain Marclay’s film, The Clock, which will be shown at SFMOMA from April 2 through June 2, 2013.