SAN FRANCISCO ART INSTITUTE - DIEGO RIVERA GALLERY
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The famous San Francisco Art School regularly displays the works of its most talented students in the galleries around the Spanish style cloister. The building, at the roof of the red tile, marked with cypress and lavender, also houses workshops where visitors are free to enter, provided of course that they remain silent in order to respect the courses that take place.
Left in the courtyard, the gallery Diego Rivera allows to admire one of four mural frescoes that the Mexican artist painted during his stay in San Francisco as president of the SF Art Institute from 1930 to 1931. The Making of a Fresco Showing a Building of a city is a magnificent trick-the eye representing the artist of the back admiring his own work.
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Open Monday to Saturday from 9am to 7pm. Free admission.