Mural in Tenderloin

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Ozmo
Mural in Tenderloin
2016
San Francisco, United States

OZMO in San Francisco

In June 2016, famous Italian artist Ozmo created a new outdoor mural at Polk and Olive in the Tenderloin neighborhood of San Francisco. Located on the back of infamous Mitchell Brother’s O’Farrell Theater, this Untitled piece is a mix of historical art sources including Eduoard Manet’s 1863 painting Le Déjeuner sur l’herbe (The Luncheon on the Grass) and Pablo Picasso’s Guernica along with a large-scaled nude Barbie doll, classical nude statues, and a huge panther ring from the high-end French jeweler Cartier.

 

OZMO - Untitled, 11x24m, Tenderloin, San Francisco, 2016

OZMO – Untitled, 11x24m, Tenderloin, San Francisco, 2016

OZMO - Untitled (detail), 11x24m, 2016, Tenderloin, SF, photo credit Jon Sadgilany

OZMO – Untitled (detail), 11x24m, 2016, Tenderloin, San Francisco, 2016, photo credits Jon Sadgilany

OZMO - Untitled (detail #2), 11x24m, Tenderloin, SF, photo credit Jon Sadgilany

OZMO – Untitled (detail), 11x24m, Tenderloin, San Francisco, 2016, photo credit Jon Sadgilany