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Tuesday, June 07, 2011

SF MOMA



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Today was a beautiful day and I decided to walk over with my lunch to Yerba Buena Gardens.

This is a piece of the San Francisco MOMA.

If you need an incentive to visit, remember that they now allow photography inside the building (but not of the exhibits). They have opened the roof garden. And if you need a 3rd reason to get you going in that direction, know that access on the first Tuesday of every month is free.

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4 Comments:

Blogger claude said...

Curieux nom !

5:31 AM  
Blogger AphotoAday said...

Hi T.F.
Just to clarify one point you made, photography is usually never allowed in the special exhibits that usually take place on the third or fourth floors. Otherwise, its pretty much fair game on floors one and two, as I understand it. Of course a permit is needed to use photos taken inside the building commercially.

11:24 AM  
Blogger Tomate Farcie said...

@Claude: Oui, c'est vrai! SF MOMA, ça veut dire:

San
Francisco

Museum
Of
Modern
Art

@Don: Thank you for the clarification! I didn't know you needed a permit for commercial shots, but that makes sense, I guess.

11:30 AM  
Blogger claude said...

Thanks, Tomate Farcie !

10:52 PM  

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