When I first went to MoMa with my daughter Holly, I thought a couple of hours would be enough to look around. However, I spent almost all day long, but still there were many things left, which we want to take a look at carefully next time.
Holly lost track of time when she visited "Talk to Me" gallery that was about Design and the communication between People and Object. This gallery is about "People and Object". We stopped by here after the live show and it caught Holly. It was all about the tools of the digital age. She wanted to stay there forever.I figured out that she is absolutely a digital age kid!
However, unlike the digital kid, I was extremely happy to appreciate the most renowned masterpieces in MoMa’s collection, including Vincent van Gogh’s “Starry Night” (1889), Pablo Picasso’s “Les Demoiselles d’Avignon” (1907) and also Claude Monet’”Reflections of Clouds on the Water Lily Pond” (circa 1920) at the galleries on the fifth floor. In personal, when I saw Monet’s paintings, I was speechless by the panoramic and contemplative atmosphere surrounding them.