We are taking advantage of warmer days and longer nights! Wednesday morning I strolled through the West Village & Meatpacking District stopping into the Whitney Museum. Previewing the Alexander Calder exhibit entitled Hypermobility, seeing first hand how Calder's sculptures paired art & motion in the mid-1900s, creating awe-inspiring pieces. Fun fact: Calder is known as the "originator of the mobile."
I could not resist checking out the Biennial installations (open until Sunday) on the 5th & 6th floors. It was a gorgeous sunny day in NYC (like today) so views were clear from empire state building to One World Trade Center as I floor hopped on the outside staircases. Great way to check out the outdoor art!
Thank you The Whitney Museum & Calder Foundation, Alexander Calder (1898-1976)
Photos by Pia Finnigan