New York City Museums – Metropolitan Museum of Art


High atop the Metropolitan Museum of Art sits the latest addition to
New York’s public art scene.  The project is called “Big Bambu: You Can’t,
You Don’t and You Won’t Stop” by Mike and Doug Starn.  It is on display
until October 31.  These photos will give you some perspective on the scale
as well as the incredible construction of this installation:

An overall shot of Big Bambu looking North.

The project overlooks Central Park.

These steps illustrate the intricate construction.

You can make a reservation for guided tours through the project.

A view looking up through the installation.

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One Response to New York City Museums – Metropolitan Museum of Art

  1. Great shots! Very interesting.

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