Posts Tagged “fashion”

Great Looks in the Galleries: Monica S.

05.10.2013  |  By
Filed under: 151 3rd, Projects/Series

From now until closing time on June 2 we are celebrating the unique and inspiring personal style of some of our gorgeous SFMOMA visitors. Follow the series.

What’s your name?

Monica S.

Where are you from?

Originally from Chile, just moved to San Francisco

What brings you to SFMOMA today?

I am a glass artist, came for inspiration.

 

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Great Looks in the Galleries: Eva L.

05.03.2013  |  By
Filed under: 151 3rd, Projects/Series

From now until closing time on June 2 we are celebrating the unique and inspiring personal style of some of our gorgeous SFMOMA visitors. Follow the series.

 

What’s your name?

[indecipherable but cute baby noises]

Eva’s mom: My name is Maralee B., and her name is Eva L., after Eva Hesse.

Where are you from?

[more indecipherable baby talk]

Eva’s mom: We live in the Mission in SF.

What brings you to SFMOMA today?

[Eva smiles]

Eva’s mom: Our SFMOMA trip was all about Eva. She played on the geometrical cushions in the... More

Great Looks in the Galleries: Iman H. and Briana B.

04.19.2013  |  By
Filed under: 151 3rd, Projects/Series

From now until closing time on June 2 we are celebrating the unique and inspiring personal style of some of our gorgeous SFMOMA visitors. Follow the series.

What are your names?

Iman H. and Briana B.

Where are you from?

Both from Berkeley

What brings you to SFMOMA today?

Research for a school project

More great looks.

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Great Looks in the Galleries: Sammy D. and Zarina Z.

04.12.2013  |  By
Filed under: 151 3rd, Projects/Series

From now until closing time on June 2 we are celebrating the unique and inspiring personal style of some of our gorgeous SFMOMA visitors, starting today. Follow the series.

What are your names?

Sammy D. and Zarina Z.

Where are you from?

Zarina: Originally from Russia, lives in SF

Sammy: From L.A., lives in SF

What brings you to SFMOMA today?

Sammy&... More

1001 Words: 10.02.09

10.02.2009  |  By
Filed under: Field Notes

*an ongoing series of individual images presented for speculation and scrutiny, with only tags at the bottom to give context. Because sometimes words are never enough…

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