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  • Image of a woman being carried through the air by swans.

    82 Main St. Brooklyn, NY

    October 24, 2021

  • Oceanic Inspiration

    Winding veils round their heads, the women walked on deck. They were now moving steadily down the river, passing the dark shapes of ships at anchor, and London was a swarm of lights with a pale yellow canopy drooping above it. There were the lights of the great theatres, the lights of the long streets, lights that indicated huge squares of domestic comfort, lights that hung high in air.

    No darkness would ever settle upon those lamps, as no darkness had settled upon them for hundreds of years. It seemed dreadful that the town should blaze for ever in the same spot; dreadful at least to people going away to adventure upon the sea, and beholding it as a circumscribed mound, eternally burnt, eternally scarred. From the deck of the ship the great city appeared a crouched and cowardly figure, a sedentary miser.

  • Composition with Large Blue Plane, Red, Black, Yellow, and Gray by Piet Mondrian.


    Piet Mondrian

    Composition with Large Blue Plane, Red, Black, Yellow, and Gray, painted in 1921.

  • We’re a studio in Berlin with an international practice in architecture, urban planning and interior design. We believe in sharing knowledge and promoting dialogue to increase the creative potential of collaboration.

  • 2.
    Which treats of the first sally the ingenious Don Quixote made from home

    These preliminaries settled, he did not care to put off any longer the execution of his design, urged on to it by the thought of all the world was losing by his delay, seeing what wrongs he intended to right, grievances to redress, injustices to repair, abuses to remove, and duties to discharge.

  • Before you arrive

    Want to have the best possible experience at the museum? Here’s what to do before you arrive.

    1. See what’s on show

    The museum has a handful of seasonal exhibitions, alongside permanent showings. Explore what’s on view this month.

    2. Get directions

    Figure out the best way to get to the museum, whether by car, foot, or public transit. See a list of our accessible entrances.

    3. Buy your tickets

    Save time by buying your tickets before you arrive. Show your printed or digital ticket to staff and then walk right in.

  • Even the bitterest fruit has sugar in it.

    – Terry a O’Neal

    The trees that are slow to grow bear the best fruit.

    – Molière

  • Airplane

    Copper wire, wood base. I created this piece in late 2008. For this work, I aimed to convey both the industrial heaviness of an airplane, but also the cloudlike floating quality you feel when you’re in one.

  • Meteor Shower

    I looked up at the night sky to find the stars performing a remarkable silent ballet. I watched alone for a few moments before waking my partner. The two of us quickly pulled on our slippers and walked into the backyard for a better view.

  • A side profile of a woman in a russet-colored turtleneck and white bag. She looks up with her eyes closed.

    “Contributing makes me feel like I’m being useful to the planet.”

    — Anna Wong, Volunteer

  • Italian Tomato Sauce

    Recipe by Chia

    4 Servings

    Cooking Time
    40 minutes

    300 kcal


    • 1/3 cup extra virgin olive oil
    • Pinch of red pepper flakes
    • 4 crushed garlic cloves
    • ¾ cup chopped onion (optional)
    • 1 tsp. fresh chopped oregano
    • 1 tbsp. chopped basil
    • 1 tsp. chopped mint
    • 1 tsp. sugar
    • 1 tsp. salt
    • ¼ tsp. black pepper
    • 2 28-ounce cans of whole tomatoes
    • ¼ cup grated Parmesan cheese
    • 2 tbsp. unsalted butter


    1. Before you begin, pour your two cans of tomatoes into a bowl and crush with your hand. Don’t break them up too small, you want large chunks.
    2. In a large, heavy-bottomed pot with a lid, pour in olive oil. Add red pepper flakes, garlic, onion, most of the oregano, basil and mint (save a little bit of each for the end), sugar salt and pepper. Turn on the burner and slowly turn it up to hot. When the onions and garlic start to cook, stir and heat for five minutes.
    3. Remove the pot from the burner and place a heat diffuser over the burner. Place the pot over the heat diffuser and add the tomatoes. Turn burner to medium high and stir until they start to boil. Then reduce to simmer, partially cover and simmer 90 minutes.
    4. After 90 minutes, remove from heat and add the reserved herbs and Parmesan cheese. Add the butter to round out the flavors. Stir again and serve.