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When the new SFMOMA opens next spring, it will include a picture window that will allow museum visitors to view the street art of Natoma Alley. The alley's art will not actually be part of or curated by the museum. It is part of Sites Unseen, a project that is sprucing up seven alleys around Yerba Buena with sculptures, murals, and installations as a way to build up foot traffic and reduce crime. The team behind Sites Unseen plans to use art that people will want to engage with rather than just pass by. [SF Chronicle]