What is on the Upper East Side? Sarah Sze!

Last week, I decided that it was time to “stick” to one of my resolutions for the New Year (leaving work earlier) and go and explore New York City. I had a night of fun and had the opportunity to see some people who I had not seen for a few months. One of the highlights of the outing, was the exhibit by Sarah Sze.

When I think of the Asia Society, I tend to think of the place that has amazing forums and lectures.  I always knew that they had a museum, but I never went there. No time like the present, right?

The current exhibit, Infinite Line, allows you to walk through an artists’ process. Sarah Sze, has let you walk into her mind and try to make sense of her work through various mediums. Currently, there are two spaces for the exhibit, however we were informed that next week there will be two more rooms filled with more installations.

Sze (pronounced ZEE) works with a variety of everyday objects and transforms them into these pieces that keep you asking questions or trying to make sense of what is going through her mind.  The great thing about Sze is that, it is not all by accident, she is very intentional and her attention to detail is impeccable.

So, what are you waiting for? Go check out Sarah Sze at the Asia Society. Here is information that you need and if you are on a budget, Fridays, from 6:00pm to 9:00pm are free admission.. Now, you have nothing to lose.


Random Walk Drawing (Window)


~ by travelling womanists on February 1, 2012.

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