I'm still bummed I only got to see the Olafur Eliasson exhibit at the SFMoMA once. It was really amazing... sort of awe inspiring, the kind of exhibit where you are sort of stunned into silence. This morning I stumbled across the New York Times review of the Eliasson show happening in New York right now, at the MoMA and P.S.1. Man, way to make me jealous I don't live in New York. There is a slideshow, however, so I can pretend. Plus, I can be satisfied that I got to see the Weather Project in London approximately a million times. If only I could be some kind of self-sustained billionaire and could fly back and forth the country for weekend trips to see things like Murakami exhibits and Patrick Stewart in Macbeth. Blah.
Plus, Olafur Eliasson is so fun to say.