Anthony Hernandez at the new SFMOMA.
The retrospective exhibit “Anthony Her
nandez” opening Sept. 24 at the newly reopened, Snøhetta-designed SFMOMA (now the largest modern art space in the nation) honors the more than 45-year career of the major American photographer. The collection of 160 photographs includes black-and-white shots from 1970s LA, photos taken on Rodeo Drive in the 1980s and selections from his critically acclaimed series “Landscapes for the Homeless.” This marks the first special exhibition at the museum’s new Pritzker Center for Photography and the first retrospective devoted to Hernandez. Through Jan. 1. 151 3rd St., 415.357.4000, sfmoma.org