wait in super long line became the biggest trend in nyc these days. from cronuts to…rain room. there were couple moments we were about to quit. come on, stand under the super bright sun with no shade and almost zero breeze — just to be able to see the rain? don’t we have enough rain this summer? but for some reason, we managed to stay without fainting. (let’s talk about the heat wave in nyc […]
a very interesting exhibition on view right now in MoMA nyc through march 25, 2013. this mies wallpaper by 2X4 is our most favorite project among rest of the great works from artists, photographers and designers. Divided into nine sections, plus a special performance piece by Andrés Jaque Arquitectos (at MoMA PS1 on September 16 and 23), the exhibition presents a variety of critiques, from radicalism, institutional critique, and iconoclasm, to the blurring of social borders and the examination of public space. – […]
after years of “maybe next year”… i finally placed my order of stendig calendar! they arrived after three weeks of waiting… (across from 2012 to 2013), but as people always said, good things come to those who wait, 2013, it will be a good year!
✚ by cy twombly(american 1928-2011) | untitled 1970 always inspiring exhibitions from moma.i can’t wait to stop by sometime soon,again!
i LOVE this place. the space is sophisticated and airy, and the food they’re serving is always seasonal, refreshing, and simply good. you can also sit outside ( the terrace) with a view to the lovely courtyard. i’ve joined MOMA membership for years ( free access to MOMA and PS1 during your annual membership ), when i was in town, i always wanted to stop by terrace5 just for a light lunch or a cup of coffee… ( […]
when i was going through some old pictures yesterday, found bunch interesting shots i( or j ) took when we went to see a exhibition called “Home Delivery: Fabricating the Modern Dwelling” at MoMA new york, back to july, 2008. the installations included : cellophane house, burst*008, system 3, housing for new orleans, and micro compact home.
saw Dan Perjovschi’s exhibition back in 2007 at MOMA… this Romanian-born artist is known for mixing drawing, cartoon and graffiti in his pieces drawn directly on the walls of museums and contemporary art spaces. at first i though some one who dared to draw cartoon on museum wall. the graphic is always simple & minimal but compelling same time. here are some shots taken from the fold-out I got at the exhibition , can’t believe three years have gone by… […]