Richard Serra sculpture in the garden at MOMA in New York
Woman appearing to be praying before the Richard Serra sculpture in the garden at MOMA. Or she could be – in fact is – looking at the shot she had just taken with her camera. The surface of the huge iron sculpture is pitted with rust.
There are more of his sculptures in the building and some are so big I had to ask how they got them in there. The answer is that the wall rolls back and a crane hoists them in.
MOMA, the Museum of Modern Art in New York, is a beautiful building and it that grabs the light streaming in and diffuses it wonderfully.