SFMOMA has a new international exhibition called Six Lines of Flight. It is thoughtful and full of good stuff like this. We had the privilege to attend the media preview this morning, and though many things caught our eye, this one had a special kind of resonance that we thought you would like too.

By French Moroccan artist Yto Barrada.

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