May 3rd, 2014
Art

What I Want To See Now

Remember “Big Bambu” and “Cloud City”, two of the most amazing exhibitions constructed atop the Metropolitan Museum? Well, “Hedge Two-Way Mirror Walkabout”, an installation by artist Dan Graham, has just opened in the Met’s roof garden and may trump both previous exhibitions. The Swiss landscape architect Gunther Vogt created the setting for Graham’s steel and mirrored-glass structures. And can we talk about the view…

Images © The New York Times

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