big shots: andy warhol polaroids of celebrities @ danziger projects / todd hido: fragmented narratives / hope gangloff @ susan inglett gallery / christian vincent: tunnel vision @ mike weiss gallery / ben rubin: vectors 

living in new york would be so time consuming. along with checking the shops for new merchandise one would also have to make regular runs to the chelsea galleries just to make sure you are not missing any spectacular exhibits. one thing that the galleries have on museums is that you can actually take photos. ahem! moma perhaps you could learn a thing or two. for crying out loud we live in the 21st century now, the flow of information is a little more uncontrollable then when you first opened your doors. anyways here is some inspiring images for my last new york post. i never thought i’d say this but i am ready to move on. xoxo

3 Responses

  1. Ula says:

    You can take photos in MoMa too. Not everywhere but I’ve taken lots of pictures with security guards looking at me and nobody has ever said anything.

  2. Ania B says:

    They don’t allow you to take photos in the special exhibits, that’s I guess more to what I was referring

  3. You got to see the Todd Hido show! I really like his work, especially the early landscapes. I would have loved to see some of his portraiture in real life…

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