At the Cooper Hewitt Design Museum. A grid of analog clocks that forms a giant digital timepiece whose elements align every 60 seconds to read out the time in numerals made of clock hands, created by the firm Humans Since 1982.
Public Housing on the Lower East Side and Alphabet City, New York City.
A Friday afternoon at The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York City.
Impressive whaling exhibit at the Mystic Seaport Museum in Mystic, Connecticut.
Kenwood House and Hampstead Heath in London, England.
Lincoln Center, Upper West Side, NYC
The Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum reopened yesterday after a $91 million dollar renovation. I managed to get a personal tour with some Local Projects folks just as it opened on Friday. An impressive place not be missed.