Saturday, March 27, 2010

MoMA, March 2010

I went to MoMA recently to see the William Kentridge show. I can not emphasize enough that you should all try to make it to this retrospective. It's really worth seeing, especially if you have any interest at all in motion design. It's a wonderful selection of works and well worth a visit, even if you've seen a lot of his work before. I guarantee that there will be things of his you haven't seen yet here. Very sadly, they don't allow photography in the exhibit, so here are a few shots from other exhibits going on that are worth seeing.
Marina Abramović: The Artist Is Present
Projects 92: Yin Xiuzhen
Ernesto Neto: Navedenga

Also, worth checking out if you are near Bryant Park is a public artwork by a friend of mine. It's a stationary zoetrope-like art piece where you can see motion as you move past it. It's worth a look. Enter the D and F station at the North West corner of Bryant Park to see it.

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