Tuesday, 27 February 2018

A tourist in New York City with photo camera. MoMa spectators.










Los museos permiten, cada vez más, el uso de la cámara de fotos dentro de sus instalaciones. Es por tanto un buen lugar para fotografiar.
No solo las obras de arte o espacios del museo se pueden fotografiar, el público forma parte de la foto en algunos casos, en otros, como en estas fotos, es el público, anónimo, el protagonista de la imagen.
Las fotos se realizaron en  el gran hall de entrada de uno a otro lado.


In the late 1920s, three progressive and influential patrons of the arts, Miss Lillie P. Bliss, Mrs. Cornelius J. Sullivan, and Mrs. John D. Rockefeller, Jr., perceived a need to challenge the conservative policies of traditional museums and to establish an institution devoted exclusively to modern art.
In 2006, MoMA completed the largest and most ambitious building project in its history to that point. This project nearly doubled the space for MoMA's exhibitions and programs. Designed by Yoshio Taniguchi, the new MoMA features 630,000 square feet of new and redesigned space. The Peggy and David Rockefeller Building on the western portion of the site houses the main exhibition galleries, and The Lewis B. and Dorothy Cullman Education and Research Building—the Museum's first building devoted solely to these activities—on the eastern portion of the site provides over five times more space for classrooms, auditoriums, teacher training workshops, and the Museum's expanded Library and Archives. These two buildings frame the enlarged Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Sculpture Garden
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