The MoMA post

Coming late, this is the MoMA post I’ve mentioned before. Basically, this is everything that caught my eye. They’re 3 pages of the book I made with some photos I took in New York and ordered from Blurb.

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If you knew me, you would know how I love Monet. He is my favorite painter. Nothing can go wrong with Monet. I could see his paintings every day.

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I find photographs like this one extremely interesting. It’s the angle and the sophisticated simplicity of their moves. That or the fact that there is a remarkable resemblance between the guy and my supervisor.

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Bright yellow and blue. This could go straight into my office for a more Pop feeling. Maybe one day I’ll make it.

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Page 2

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Drowning Girl,  Roy Lichtenstein. There’s nothing more to say. I just love Pop Art.

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Fun fact. One day I looked at my camera screen and thought it broke. You can’t imagine how pissed I was. Then I realized it was a painting. My friends are still laughing.

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Page 3

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The last thing worth sharing about MoMA was the way that art was displayed. Every single room. I wish I had the skills to do that.

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So that was MoMA for me. There were many things I loved. The series of photographs of a guy cutting his male parts with a razor was not one of them. Well a least they had a disclaimer saying that the art displayed in the room may not be everyone’s cup of cake. Of course I saw it when leaving. Too bad for me.