At Feldspar Brook, we are a sucker for art. The world would be a horrible place without it, literature is often inspired by art, and even our clothes came from a design drawn by a talented artist!
We’re happy to announce that Met Breuer on Madison Avenue has finally opened its doors with the promises of a bringing us contemporary art. The first exhibit consists of modernist Nasreen Mohamedi’s drawings and photographs. The survey of her career through 130 of her paintings and diaries show the gradual shift in her aesthetics and bold exploration in her artistic journey.
The second exhibition “Unfinished: Thoughts Left Visible” ranges from 15th century art to contemporary art. Borrowing from big names like Ruben, Klimt, and Leonardo (among the few), the show is fascinating. Each unfinished painting reveals a vulnerable creative process—the agonizing details that the artist must have been consumed in, transfixed in what would have been. More or less, viewers are given a brief insight into the creative process of an artist, proving that beauty exists in the unfinished.
The Met Breuer is now running on regular hours as of today, March 21. Do yourself a favor and go visit.
Regular Hours for The Met Breuer (as of March 21)
Tuesday and Wednesday, 10 am–5:30 pm
Thursday and Friday, 10 am–9 pm
Saturday and Sunday, 10 am–5:30 pm