Modern Art in San Francisco, SFMOMA
We love to visit museums so this on modern art was no exception. Sometimes it’s a bit tricky to find the right address. Maybe that is just us? In case you look for it the map is here, The area is Mission Street and Market Street and the surrounding buildings are so big that it’s easy to lose focus on where you are.
On our way to the museum
We went to the wrong place first, a place called Yerba Buena Gardens
Often I find modern art offensive or destructive so I only look at what speaks to me in colours or form. We were glad to be allowed to take photos. In London or other cities in Europe, we are not allowed to take photos at special exhibitions.
These group of people at traffic posts are standing outside of the museum, seen from the coffee shop. They don’t look at each other. I didn’t find the name of the artist.
Once you have seen Roy Lichtenstein (1923-1997) you know it’s him
Andy Warhol, the next two are unknown to me unfortunately
Henri Matisse (1869-1954) is one of my favourite painters because of his choice of colours
Buildings we saw after the visit to SFMOMA