F-111 is a ginormous billboard of a painting Pop artist James Rosenquist made in the 60s. On view now at MoMA as it was originally displayed in the Leo Castelli gallery, its aluminum panels wrap around the four walls.
Having seen the work before hanging full length on one wall, I was more than a little surprised to see it crumpled up like this. I think it prefer it all stretched out–it struck me as more monumental that way. What do you think?