Date day/Wang winter.
American Museum of Natural History.
Metropolitan Museum of Art.
From the Faraway, Nearby - Georgia O'Keeffe.
Black Abstraction - Georgia O'Keeffe, 1927.
"Peacock" Chair - Dror Benshetrit, 2009.
Can you see him?
Being a bad girl and sneaking photos in the Regarding Warhol exhibit.
His ... Silver Clouds - Andy Warhol.
Stepping Out - Roy Lichtenstein, 1978.
Spectrum V - Ellsworth Kelly, 1969.
Untitled - Franz Kline, 1952.
Nijinsky - Franz Kline, 1950.
Love loving my other love, Rothko.
Concord - Barnett Newman, 1949.
Number 28, 1950 - Jackson Pollock, 1950.
Oval Form with Strings and Color - Barbara Hepworth, 1966.
Attic - Willem de Kooning, 1949.
Dusasa II - El Anatsui, 2007.
Us, distorted, multiplied.
Saint Patrick's Cathedral.
The Tree @ Rockefeller Center.
I know that it has been such a long while since I've blogged and I apologize for the hiatus, but I just hadn't felt inspired to up until now. I've been dying to visit the Met to see the Regarding Warhol exhibit, and finally got the chance to just a few days before it comes to a close. In short, it's worth it. It was the first time I was able to see a Basquiat in person (his Head painting), a number of never-before-seen Warhol pieces, the Chanel Chainsaw by Tom Sachs and other works by artists such as Cindy Sherman, Nan Goldin, Jeff Koons, and many more. The exhibit ends on December 31st, so I apologize for taking my time with this, but if given the chance, check it out! After yummy lunch at Shake Shack, we stumbled into Saint Patrick's Cathedral - It was my first time actually entering the Cathedral... Beautiful to say the least, I'm also grateful that I didn't burst into flames upon entry. Lastly, we visited the Christmas tree at Rockefeller Center, always recommended, at least just to take a peek at once every year.
Hope everyone is having a wonderful holiday season!