Dan Flavin, “monument for V. Tatlin”, 1969 San Francisco Museum of Modern Art – San Francisco, CA, U.S.A. – October 7, 2016
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Category: Gallery, Photography Tagged: "monument for V. Tatlin", art, California, Dan Flavin, florescent light, Gallery, light, Modern Art, Photography, San Francisco, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Timothy S. Allen, viewer
Rajiv, thank you. I suspected the light was going to be good bouncing off her face.
Indira, thank you.
Galleries are great locations for people pictures and the figure, as Rajiv says, is beautifully lit.
Thank you. Yes, now that museums are allowing photography – the possibilities are endless.
This is cool, I have a soft spot for light installations, I also love shots of people at galleries, especially when you catch people in consideration and contemplation. The light on her face is perfect ! 🙂
Alexander, thank you. I was fortunate that she stop at just the right point.
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