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The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, but friends call us SFMOMA.



Enjoying Ellsworth Kelly for 100 years! #EK100 #ellsworthkelly #abstractart  created by sfmoma with waninggibbous's original sound
⌛⏪Step back 22 years, into the fragmented memories of an alternate reality...

Starting tomorrow, embark on an unusual journey through SFMOMA by participating in one of the museum’s most innovative commissions, Janet Cardiff’s site-specific video walk, "The Telephone Call" (2001/2023). Using a collage of video images, music, ambient sounds, and her own voice, Cardiff’s video walks have long prefigured what today is known as Augmented Reality technology, combining pre-recorded images and sounds with our real-time perception of the same spaces.

On view for the first time in over a decade, The Telephone Call offers a layered experience of museum spaces both past and present, including galleries and public spaces, as well as areas normally off limits to visitors. With her captivating voiceover, Cardiff explores, “how our minds invent scenarios from chance meetings between people.”

The Telephone Call is available for viewing [HOURS TBD]

Check out a smartphone and headphones at the designated kiosk in the Evelyn and Walter Haas, Jr. Atrium on Floor 1 to begin your journey. Proof of admission and photo ID is required. This video walk involves accessing several sets of stairways.

[Janet Cardiff, The Telephone Call, 2001/2023; purchase through a gift of Pamela and Richard Kramlich and the Accessions Committee Fund, gift of Jean and James E. Douglas Jr., Carla Emil and Rich Silverstein, Patricia and Raoul Kennedy, Phyllis and Stuart G. Moldaw, Lenore Pereira and Rich Niles, and Judy and John Webb; © Janet Cardiff; photo: Don Ross, courtesy SFMOMA]
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🐾 No ruff days here! Last weekend we held our Pet Portraits Day in celebration of Joan Brown.

Brown was known for her love of animals, and you can find many depictions of cats and dogs (many of them her own pets!) throughout the exhibition on Floor 7. With this inspiration in mind, we partnered with
@sanfranciscospca for an exciting day of live artmaking. Visitors were invited to share a digital photo of their pet with us for the chance to receive an original pet portrait made by one of 50 local artists or kids participating in our Family Programs.

Thank you to everyone who attended and helped make today a dog-gone great day!
#museumtok #arttok #sfbayarea #sanfrancisco #pets #spca #petportrait #joanbrown
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