Seth and I also made it to the SF MOMA which, of course, didn’t disappoint. I don’t think it’s quite as big as the New York MOMA, but it’s definitely still worth seeing. It’s always so inspiring to see the original of a familiar art piece you learned about years ago back in Becker’s Humanities class in high school.
Here are a couple of shots from the museum.
This was the absolute highlight of our visit to the SFMOMA. We got to meet Andrew Kudless who created this work of art entitled “P. Wall” on the fifth floor of the MOMA. He created it with plaster and nylon (swimsuit material).