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Watch SFMOMA Crews Just Casually Slide Around Parts of Richard Serra's 214-Ton Sculpture

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As anyone who's recently traveled down Howard Street knows, Richard Serra's 214-ton sculpture Sequence has begun the painstakingly piecemeal process of being delivered to the Snøhetta-spruced SFMOMA, where for five years it will be on view in a new glass-walled street-front gallery that will be open to the public free of charge. That bit of goodwill will help take the edge off the current delivery woes, which have turned stalled motorists into a captive audience for an ad-hoc art preview, in what we might think of as a very well attended addendum to SFMOMA's "On the Go" slate of programming.

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Richard Serra moves into SFMOMA #sfmoma #richardserra

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Richard Serra on the move into SFMOMA #sfmoma #richardserra

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#richardserra getting moved into the #sfmoma

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· Delivery Woes [Curbed SF]
· Twitter-Stalking the Rise of Snøhetta's Big SFMØMA Expansion [Curbed SF]