Here we talk to Gabor, a member of SFMOMA since 2007.
In 2007, I was working day and night at an early-stage start-up. I had visited SFMOMA a few times before and decided it was a great place to leave the office for a few minutes and decompress, so I walked up to the membership desk and signed up. Before the old building closed, not a month would go by without me coming to visit.
The 2006 exhibit for the 100-year anniversary of the 1906 earthquake was fantastic because it opened a window to the San Francisco of yesteryear. More recently, I loved the Dieter Rams exhibition in 2011, which showed the early steps toward today’s contemporary product design philosophy.
Seeing the renderings of the new Snøhetta building become reality.