Another Way to Look at the MOMA

Here’s a very clever idea… every painting at the MOMA (as of April 10, 2010) recorded on a two-minute video.  It’s a bit of a mind-bender to watch (Rothkos right next to Warhols), but there’s an intriguing effect to it.  I particularly like the videographer’s deliberate insertion of the occassional viewer (seen in the foreground, looking at the painting), no doubt to remind us that these are pictures at an exhibition …and we, too, are onlookers.


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