Forgotten Modernism | New Kiosk Museum Exhibit
What images comes to mind when you think of San Francisco? For many people, it’s cable cars and colorful Victorian houses. But rubbing shoulders with these 19th century jewels are splendid examples of more recent buildings.
Forgotten Modernism is an ongoing visual exploration by San Francisco architect and artist Michael Murphy of the city’s rich catalog of modern architecture.
Often overlooked, the modern architecture of San Francisco has played an important role in the ongoing Modernist Movement. His work acknowledges the contribution these stunning buildings make to enrich and enliven the urban landscape.
According to the artist “I use bold colors and a stylized graphics to portray this architecture not as something that quietly blends into a background, but rather elevating achievements that embody the best and highest principles that modern architecture has to offer all of us.”
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San Francisco, CA 94102