I went to take another look at it on Saturday as I was writing about it. It's at the Alameda, where it will reside until Feb. 28, and where I took a whole buncha little bitty iPhone photos of it. A very nice guard asked me to please cut it out, which I can understand. And I didn't have my press credentials on me, either. He was understandably dubious but really polite.
I thought about using all these little bitty pictures with the story so y'all could isolate some of the details, but there wasn't room.
So now I have this idea for a "No Te Acabes" arts n' crafts project. Grab these jpegs off of this here page (alas, you may not go down to the Alameda and take your own pics--I don't want to give that guard any more trouble.). Then print them out and tape them together and make a "No Te Acabes" remix. Or import them into Photoshop and do something with them.
I'm only somewhat kidding.
If you do make something, get in touch with me so I can see it, or send me a jpeg of it. Sfisch@sacurrent.com
Apologies/props to Jesse Treviño and learning to love you more, the art website that no longer makes assignments.
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