guggenheim museum, frank lloyd wright, new york city
After the New York City workshop in May, I spent some time wandering around the city being a tourist – visiting One World Trade Center Observatory and wandering through Greenwich Village and Central Park. The final stop I made before flying back home was the Guggenheim Museum.
The main point to my visit was to photograph the ceiling area in the gift shop and main lobby; great details, lines & curves. Unfortunately, much of the museum was under construction, as was the case on my last visit a few years ago. Not-so-great luck in getting to actually explore this iconic museum. One day…
But I can’t complain, still an amazing space to photograph and see. The white of the building works well to edit with high-key post-processing. I also really like the angles and curves that counter-balance each other.
The first grouping of images is from the gift shop.
guggenheim museum, frank lloyd wright, new york city
guggenheim museum, frank lloyd wright, new york city
guggenheim museum, frank lloyd wright, new york city
guggenheim museum, frank lloyd wright, new york city
The next group is from the main lobby.
guggenheim museum, frank lloyd wright, new york city
guggenheim museum, frank lloyd wright, new york city
guggenheim museum, frank lloyd wright, new york city
guggenheim museum, frank lloyd wright, new york city
guggenheim museum, frank lloyd wright, new york city
guggenheim museum, frank lloyd wright, new york city
The last two will be additions to my Structure + Soul series. The first is definitely a new favorite 🙂

guggenheim museum, nyc
Standing Guard

guggenheim museum, nyc, blase
Blasé

I have a few other images from this visit as well as a past visit, here, if you want to see more 🙂

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