An object of inspiration on the rooftop of San Francisco’s Museum of Modern Art.
It seems to me that your photograph adds much to the sculpture.
Thank you so much.
It looks like a giant horn!
It does! I enjoyed walking around it and deciding what it was and what I thought of it.
Almost like a Dr. Seus inspiration, right?!
You’ve made me laugh…it does look just like that!
A very interesting object 🙂
That is something else! Nice choice for object.
Thanks, Ruth! I had to look at it a long while to finally see it as art.
I love the contrast of curves in the sculpture against the linear buildings in the background and reflections. Nice!
Thanks, Meghan. The curves are what finally one me over to its beauty.
That is a beautiful art work! Great choice, Angeline!
Thanks, Amy…hard to miss when you walk out onto the rooftop garden of the museum.
A very prominent object indeed…Is it rusty or painted?
Rather large, and quite unusual. It is painted and seems to be treated with something to give it the rusted look. Or maybe just being out in the elements, it does have a bit of rust going on.
Quite popular over here the last years, a rusty look. I like it in fact…
That just adds to the art, I think. I like this look as well, much more so than some shiny object.
Interesting installation :). What did the artist call it?
I did not see any signage or placard with information on this piece, but from what I can find, I believe it is a work by artist Bill Fontana who made works for the entire museum and this is a boiler room pipe. Interesting work.
Thanks, CM. Me too. It is unique to say the least.
that really is an ‘object’ Angeline 😀
Quite the piece, isn’t it? Expansive to get one’s attention.
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