@ the SFMOMA, until June 2, 2013

By Christian Marclay

We discovered the movie last week and we already went back twice!


Christian Marclay was born in San Rafael and is now a New York nased artist. His art consisted in investigating connections and juxtapositions between images, sounds, videos...



We fell for The Clock currently presented at the SFMOMA.


The Clock in a few words...

a 24 hours movie,

that is the result of a 3 years montage, 

thousands of movie shortcuts,

thousands of clocks, watches, alarms...

for a real time movie, minute for minute.



Christian Marclay is telling us an amazing story where emotions, feelings, surprises, situations are mixed together to let us imagine our own story.








Starting May 4 and until June 2, the SFMOMA offers 24 hours screening. If you have the opportunity, don't hesitate. Otherwise, even for an hour, just go. You won't regret it. You can trust us on that one!




The Clock

@ the SFMOMA

Until June 2, 2013

The Clock is on a first-come, first-served basis, and queues should be expected. Follow @TheClockSFMOMA for estimated wait times.