Posts Tagged ‘The Museum of Modern Art’

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I couldn’t believe my luck when I seen a photographer walking down these steps at MOMA. Another decisive moment.

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“A SURREALIST SKETCHBOOK”

Take a step into the mind of Enrico Donati.

Artwork By: Enrico Donati

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“Infinite Rays of the Sun”

Artwork By: Luis Camnitzer

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This design, for some reason, had me wondering what were the thoughts behind this project. I love the design and had to photograph this one.

Oyster-Tecture

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Another part of the exhibition that automatically got me hooked.

Enrique Chagoya

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Taking photos of this exhibit at The Museum of Modern Art was amazing. This is one of many experiences I enjoyed at MOMA.

Fourteen suspended speakers are installed in two rows with one voice emanating from each pair of speakers as the visitor passes between them. There are men’s voices and women’s voices, old and young. Some speak swiftly, others with pause, each with his or her own cadence. The collection of distinctive voices produces a chorus—at times cacophonous, at others, resonant—and creates a sonic cocoon that envelops the visitor. The work invokes both the banality and the profundity of the passing of each day, and invites reflection on how we measure, differentiate, and commemorate time.

MoMA: Bruce Nauman-Days

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