We only had an hour or two to spend here before we headed back to the airport but tried to cram as much as we could - would have been much better to spent a good few hours or even a full day exploring.
Unfortunately however, we ended up in the modern/contemporary area. Now I know it is all about personal taste and the actual viewer, but painting a massive 12x12 canvas is a static shade of blue shouldn't be called art. If it is classed as art, then it shouldn't be given pride of place in somewhere such as the Met. Sorry, but I just don't get it.
So avoid the modern bit if you ask me unless you have the mind to appreciate a big block of blue or a Pollock that looks like the remnants of a nursery school art project. The rest we saw was pretty awesome and it is the type of place I could easily spend a day a week exploring!
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