Yeah yeah yeah, going to SFMOMA is really expensive (even when flashing your immaculately preserved student ID), but the new Garry Winogrand photography exhibit is an incredible glimpse into post-Depression New York, plus the Sixties and Seventies in LA, the American Southwest, and elsewhere. If street photography is your jam, there’s a complementary exhibit on the beginnings of the art form that includes more street-lurking luminaries (Weegee, Lee Friedlander, and Diane Arbus, among others). If you don’t like photography enough to shell over two drinks’ worth of cash, you could wait until May 30-June 2, when admission to MOMA will be free due to the museum’s upcoming closure. — Azeen Ghorayshi
- From the ‘Los Angeles’ series by Garry Winogrand.