The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art has closed for renovations and expansion (SFMOMA has grown too popular, and can no longer accommodate the hordes of culture-hungry humans who want to visit), but in a stroke of luck I managed to attend during its last weekend before closure. I’ll write about how the Garry Winogrand exhibit blew my mind later, but right now I want to focus on a mural on the top floor that lines a long corridor (technically, the Rooftop Garden Bridge) leading to the rooftop patio garden area and bar. The abstract art mural consists of nothing but various shades of white, but take a close look at this five pictures.
The answer is that I photographed the exact same section of the mural from five different angles, roughly 30, 60, 90, 120 and 150 degrees. This next picture explains everything.
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Vonn Scott Bair