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Museum of Modern Art I am not very educated when it comes to the history of art - it's not typically my thing ; I like ...

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Museum of Modern Art


I am not very educated when it comes to the history of art - it's not typically my thing; I like what I like and I can be quite fickle about it. Paintings that are either super bright with luscious colourings or intensely dark, there is no in between for me. I don't mind wasting a few hours in a gallery because they are quite peaceful things and there is always something to fall in love with - MoMA was no exception. The Henri Matisse exhibition was glorious and the "art arcade" was a lot of fun to play with.

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  1. love that popova piece! i'd love to go to moma one day.

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  2. I'd love to visit one day, these pieces are so captivating!
    Hannah x
    Hanniemc.co.uk

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  3. AdelaJ.12/12/2014

    I want to visit a art exhibition one day, its is always fascinating to see art in person, not just online or in pictures.

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  4. Oh I want to go there too next time. Did you ask for permission to make these photos, or how do you handle it?

    janatoldme.com

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  5. Oh man, I cried in front of that Jackson Pollock, what a beauty. I found the MOMA to be overwhelming-- so many people everywhere. I think I went over a holiday but judging from your photos it looks as if you had a peaceful afternoon wandering around.

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  6. I watched the most bizarre live art performance in moma. Lady playing piano whilst being inside it and moving it... Totally stuck with me though!

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  7. Well this gallery looks like my cup of tea! I haven't been to one in ages now sadly. The last one two I went to was in the same day down in London, I visited the Saatchi Gallery and the Tate Modern, of which the latter wasn't really my thing. The Saatchi Gallery however was awesome, I discovered Franz Ackerman there which led me to using his work for my A Level Art project, gosh that was a long time ago!

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  8. I can't say I'm that educated in history art either, but I do love a good gallery. I just get so memorised, it takes my breath away!

    Annabel ♥
    Mascara & Maltesers

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  9. MoMA seems amazing. I love spending a few hours wandering around looking at art.

    xx Mimmi, Muted Mornings

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  10. It really was a beautiful, peaceful place

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  11. I'm the same - I know virtually nothing about art (although Jack is like a tour guide!) but I enjoy looking at the painting.

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  12. It really is beautiful. I have seen the Mona Lisa.. it's an.. incredible experience. The painting itself is TINY and so many people fill the room it's crazy.. I think I preferred the experience of seeing so many overwhelmed people, people moved to tears because of this painting, than I did the actual painting itself.

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  13. That sounds.. weird..

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  14. It was really quiet, to be honest. I mean there were a lot of people but it wasn't PACKED, and I could easily take photographs without people getting in the way :))

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  15. Nope, you're allowed to take photographs :)) In the Matisse exhibit you couldn't take photographs but everywhere else you could.

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  16. Absolutely, I agree.

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  17. Some of the painting were just.. BEAUTIFUL

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  18. I hope you get to go! :))

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  19. That's pretty cool. It's not so usual I think. Thanks for the reply. : )

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  20. I love museums; in high school I studied history of art, and I had an awesome and very passionate teacher that managed to keep the interest of a bunch of teenagers and inject her passion on us. I'm not an expert by any means and I can't remember much of what she taught me back then, but I still keep that liking for art, museums and the likes.

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  21. I can understand that Sophie, I mean it is so incredibly famous and to this day it still keeps people intrigued; to think it was even stolen once! I really would like to go and see it, I can't imagine seeing it for myself as it is such a monumental piece of history :)

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  22. MoMA is one of those places I'd love to visit in the future. Your photos are so lovely!

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