For most people, visiting San Francisco’s Museum of Modern Art isn’t exactly a casual trip. I’ve lived in San Francisco 6 years and have only made it once. However, now you can see some of the art from the museum by just texting the museum and asking. I’ve seen more art from its collection this afternoon than I have in years.
The SF MOMA currently houses 34,678 different pieces of artwork, but only roughly 5% of that collection is viewable at any given time if you happened to swing by the museum to check things out. Even if you do make it to the museum, seeing that 5% is a pretty lofty task. The MOMA says that in order to walk past every piece of artwork currently on display you’d need to trek roughly seven miles. That’s a lot of walking. It’s also likely a lot of seeing things you’re not interested in so that you can make your way to things you are.
Or, you could just text the museum.
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