Rose II // Isa Genzken // 2007 // stainless steel, aluminum & lacquer
Looking to escape from the hustle and bustle of New York but don’t want to leave the city? Look no further. The sculpture garden at MoMA is the place for you. With calming, trickling water running through the center garden and benches scattered about, the setting encourages you to sit, relax and contemplate the numerous sculptures that fill the space. You can see a towering pink rose by Isa Genzken, a sculpture of a man falling into the water by Aristide Maillol and a brightly colored minimalist work by Ellsworth Kelly to name a few.
Midday // Anthony Caro // 1960 // painted steel
The River // Aristide Maillol // begun 1938-1939, completed 1943 // Lead
Green Blue // Ellsworth Kelly // 1968 // painted aluminum
Cubi X // David Smith // 1963 // stainless steel