Whitney Museum of American ArtNew York City, NY, USASeptember 4, 2015
Category: Color Studies Tagged: Chairs, New York City, Photography, sitting, street photography, Timothy S. Allen, Whitney Museum of American Art, Yellow
Love the angle!
Thank you. I was shooting down from the 5th floor of the Whitney.
Love the colors! Thank you for liking my blog “thingsunderstood” as well! 🙂
Thank you and you’re welcome.
You’re photography in Chinatown if very nice. I particularly like the capture of the rapseed cooking oil cans. The traditional Chinese characters combined with English is always fascinating. The one touch of red on the can make the image stronger.
Also, thank you for following my blog. That is greatly appreciated.
Thank you so much for your great comment – it took me a while to “capture” the right look and jumble of the cans – the pile was actually taller than I am! I am really pleased that it came out well. Thanks again!
Hi Jacqueline, it is a great image. I realized how big the cans are when the size 20 liters were prints on the side. New York City offers so many opportunities for a photography.
You have a great eye for detail!
Thank you. Sometimes I like to find a good place and stay to photograph what is going on around me. The Whitney Museum of American Art was the site from many of the chair shots. Since the new building has many outdoor levels it is a great place to get a perspectives at various levels. It is also a wonderful museum. One of my favorites.
My next place to visit back in NYC is the Whitney. Thank you for the inspiration!
The next exhibition is Frank Stella. Here is a link to the New York Times review of the show. http://www.nytimes.com/2015/10/30/arts/design/tracking-frank-stellas-restless-migrations-from-painting-and-beyond.html?_r=0
I once worked with a donor who build a multi-million dollar house around a Frank Stella he owned. The house was very nice, maybe as nice as the Stella.
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