from the met, we hit the whitney for the last weekend of the the biennial. we started on the lower level to check out kristin's buddy's installation in conjunction with npr (neighborhood public radio). you can record yourself on fridays from 1-3pm and they will broadcast in san fran and online. i guess there was a hub next door but we missed it, but there's a fun video below. it's kinda buried. you have to view the intro of the biennial, click "more" after the video concludes. it's the third vignette, pass omer fast and lisa sigal. click the >> twice.
then, we went to the top to check out the permanent collection, which opens to works of the late robert rauschenberg. the collection has quite a few edward hoppers and of course whimsical calders. moving down to the biennial, it was nice to see robert bechtle's paintings included. it reminds me of working at the Q in potrero hill. here is a video that gives a good scope of the exhibit.
must eats after crawling: yuka. all you can eat sushi for $18.95!!! it's no fancy schmancy sushi, but you can eat as much as you want and for two starving gals it's the perfect din din after two museums. the waitress pretty much didn't think we could pack it away, but after 4 rounds of orders i think we set her straight. go us!