Monday, 10 August 2015

A tourist in New York City with photo camera. View from the Whitney' terrace. Water Tanks, people

El Museo Whitney dispone de una terrazas en diferentes pisos que permiten una amplia visión sobre la ciudad de Nueva York en la zona de Chelsea

New Building

Designed by architect Renzo Piano and situated between the High Line and the Hudson River, the Whitney's new building vastly increases the Museum’s exhibition and programming space, offering the most expansive display ever of its unsurpassed collection of modern and contemporary American art.
Designed by architect Renzo Piano, the new building includes approximately 50,000 square feet of indoor galleries and 13,000 square feet of outdoor exhibition space and terraces facing the High Line. An expansive gallery for special exhibitions is approximately 18,000 square feet in area, making it the largest column-free museum gallery in New York City. Additional exhibition space includes a lobby gallery (accessible free of charge), two floors for the permanent collection, and a special exhibitions gallery on the top floor. 



Art above NYC. Water above all.Water tank art for water awareness.

Launching summer 2014, The Water Tank Project will transform the New York City skyline.
Artwork by acclaimed artists and New York City public school students will be wrapped around rooftop water tanks throughout the city, celebrating the talents of established and emerging artists, and calling attention to the global water crisis. 

“París tiene la Torre Eiffel, Pisa tiene la Torre de Pisa y Nueva York tiene las torres de agua”,
dice exagerada e irónicamente Andy Rosenwach, propietario de una de las empresas de mantenimiento y construcción de tanques de madera de la ciudad refiriéndose a su
landscape donde aparecen frecuentemente este tipo de estructuras

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