Unfinished: Thoughts Left Visible, an intriguing exhibition at New York’s Met Breuer. It was Breuer’s first major exhibit, brings together paintings, sculpture, drawings and prints from the Renaissance to the early 20th century. The works displayed in this exhibition are unfinished works by artists from all over the world. For one reason or another these works were left aside to be completed at a later date. Here's your chance to capture some of the most famous unfinished pieces throughout history.
"The show is a non-stop sequence of arousals and exhilarations."—The New Yorker
Unfinished Exhibition opens in a limited time period, but art should not be limited by time and space. Working as a researcher in the Met Media Lab, I consider how to keep these beautiful unfinished art work in our mind, in our daily lives? How can I expose the thinking of The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s to a broader audience?