NEW YORK - January 2012 (2)

Where to begin, eh? This time last week I was scouring the floors of MOMA - so thats where I'll start. What a fantastic space - the diversity of the art on display was incredible, and the gallery itself was excellently curated.
Big love for the Fluxus exhibit.
Daniel Spoerri 'Kichka's Breakfast' (1960)
Natsuyuki Nakanishi 'Compact Object' (1962)
The New Photography exhibition was pretty inspirational too.
Sanja Ivekovik's 'Sweet Violence' takeover dominated the gallery's central atrium, whilst her screwed up paper scuptures littered the floors and corridors of her exhibition rooms.
I needed longer here to really appreciate it all, but thats for another trip with more time to consider things.

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