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Sequence Sneak Peek

Released: February 23, 2015 ·

Left: photo: SFMOMA; right: rendering: courtesty Snøhetta and MIR

The first work of art has been installed in our rapidly expanding Snøhetta-designed building! Richard Serra’s monumental sculpture Sequence (2006) arrived at the museum the week of February 15. Passersby traveling down Howard Street were treated to an impromptu art preview, with many capturing stunning shots of the complex installation. You can check out a selection of their photographs in the gallery below.

If you published a post about the installation on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter (and have public settings on your account), your photo or video may be included in the gallery. If you would like to have your images removed, please let us know.

Sequence is housed in our Howard Street gallery, which will be one of many free-to-visit spaces when we reopen in spring 2016. Until then, the sculpture will be covered and protected as construction continues around it.


Jill Lynch 415.357.4172 jilynch@sfmoma.org
Clara Hatcher Baruth 415.357.4177 chatcher@sfmoma.org
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