Sunday, March 30, 2008

New Under The Sun

Today David and I visited the New Museum in the Lower East Side, on Bowery and Stanton, and we were not disappoint. It's a big space for unfettered, imaginative postmodern art with seven spacious, high-ceilinged levels and shiny metallic surfaces outside. Here's a sneak peak...

The museum's exterior of metallic building blocks shined brightly in the cold winter sun...

Looking out the front window through plastic fractionation (possibly an invented word)....

Multi-colored glass wall-hanging suggests balloons, piñatas, molecules... it hangs over the ground floor café..

A gaggle of color adorns a cafe chair on the ground floor - the museum only permits photos here and on the seventh floor roof deck...

Cartoon du Jour:

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