nyc | art in the city
isa genzken 28' rose at the new museum. now that's a rose.
forsythia at the metropolitan museum of art &
evening, by frederick wellington ruckstall. so sexy.
autochrome of mrs. selma shubart. the museum is not sure who took the photo, but it's either alfred stieglitz or edward steichen. the complicated process used for developing the photo was invented by lumière in 1903 and absolutely beautiful.
i got up post cards by on kawara were sent everyday from 1968 to 1979 and contained the exact time he got up, his address and the address of the recipient. someone said it was like twitter.
the guitar heroes exhibit was incredible. my photo doesn't do john monteleone's four seasons guitars justice, but the cut-outs on the sides were something i've never seen before. you can learn a lot more here.
temple of dendur and someone walking like an egyptian. she really was.
teenager posing as a sarcophagus. not sure if he really was, but a few high school girls thought he was so funny.
hello, hello! no matter how many times we go to the metropolitan museum of art we get lost, but if you're going to get lost, that's the place to do it!