It was about 20 years ago and I was standing in MoMA looking at a painting by the Austrian expressionist Oskar Kokoshka. A man approached from my left and stood next to me. I had to do a double take, it was as if he had stepped out of the painting. He didn’t speak english very well but obliged me in my very strange (to him) request to take his portrait next to the painting. He really didn’t understand what was going on. I managed to get his arms in a similar pose but if I had tried to tilt his head forward I think he would have walked. I took one frame on my 35mm Leica rangefinder. He thought I was a weirdo and walked off confused. Here is the photo.