Love planted a rose, and the world turned sweet.
Berlin based artist Isa Genzken sent love through this twenty-eight-foot tall stainless steel rose in the MOMA garden.
In a world of normality, only big things can grab our attention, at least for a few minutes.
Lana and I spent a lovely sunday at MOMA, we haven’t been here in years!
The exhibitions have moved around since our last visit, a lot of new modern arts and a lot of old classics such as Monet, Van Gogh and Picaso are quietly hanging.
We had a staring contest going on…
…because the eyes don’t lie.
It’s quite a view in this glass room, overseeing the surroundings.
You can see people sitting in the office from here. A lot of times I wonder what are they doing/thinking and how their life stories are completely different than mine, but somehow there’s an invisible net connects all of us (the internet).
The modern minimalistic interior design is clean to look but cold to touch.
Grab your friends and head to MOMA for an artistic weekend :p
You won’t regret it!