This image features Isa Genzken’s Rose II, a large sculpture that was recently installed on the facade of the New Museum in New York. The building itself is quite interesting, and the sculpture contrasts with its austere geometry.
The site has been a bit quiet while I enjoy my time in New York, with friends, family, music, art and exploration of the city.
That’s a very special picture ! I had to look twice to see the rose, lol !
Yes the building is interesting. Pretty rose sculpture too. Happy WW.
I love this picture! And woot we should meet up since you are in NY. I know my son would love to meet you and talk about photography LOL
I really thought that was just a very eccentric flower.
‘Life’ among the structures. I do like the art.
Geometrically interesting shaped building like building blocks. That is one rose that won’t fade. Love NY, but never heard of this museum. Must be new. 🙂
So many of the buildings have such limited windows!
I hope you have a happy holiday!
Very nice. I like the dichotomy between the stark concrete and the rose.
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I like this. Interesting colours. But hey! no kitty!!!
Love the shadow effect the rose creates 🙂
I agree with Sue. The shadow cast by the rose is very cool!
Thanks for posting this
Very interesting architecture with the different levels being off set
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BTW I like the concept of wordless Wednesday I think I may start emulating your idea,
Amazing. Just amazing.
I would have reduced the exposure, but that may have been wrong. It would still be interesting to see the rose against a somewhat darker background. What are the vetical lines on the building?
What a nice contrast!
The ‘softness’ of the rose against the concrete.
That portion of the building does not look inspiring,
most concrete buildings are not attractive .
The rose was a great idea 😉
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