Daytrip at the MoMa

I’ve only ever heard stories about how wonderful New York is in the Spring time, and I now understand exactly what they mean. On my recent trip to New York I had a pleasant experience walking through the city and visiting art galleries.  The Museum of Modern Art was mesmerizing to walk through.  I was captivated by Frank Lloyd Wright’s large scale architectural models, and Jasper Johns’ most recent body of work called ‘Regrets’ inspired by a photo commissioned by artist Francis Bacon of Lucien Freud.  It was incredible to view some of the greatest, and most influential pieces in the world by Picasso and Vincent van Gogh that was exhibiting in the MoMA’s personal collection.

Here below are a few photos from my walk through the MoMA:

Frida Kahlo Mexican 1907-1954 ‘Fulang-Chang and I’ 1937 Oil on Composition Board

Close view of Frank Lloyd Wright’s -Density

Josephine Meckseper- Blow Up (Michelli) Knee Highs (2006)


From Jasper Johns ‘Regrets’ Series

From Jasper Johns ‘Regrets’ Series

Mark Rothko No. 3/No. 13(1949)

Picasso Les Demoiselles D’Avignon-Paris, June-July 1907

Valerie Belin– (Untitled)-2003

Vincent Van Gogh– The Starry Night-Saint Rémy, June 1889

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