The Met Breuer

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Photos taken by Annie Zhang
Captions written by Annie Zhang

Nine minutes and nine seconds—the time it takes to walk from New York City’s Metropolitan Museum of Art to the museum’s new addition: The Met Breuer. On March 18, The Met Breuer opened its doors to the public, an event highly anticipated by the art world. In the building formerly occupied by the Whitney Museum of American Art, The Met Breuer currently displays a collection dedicated to contemporary and modern art. Presently, the two inaugural exhibitions include “Nasreen Mohamedi,” which features the work of the twentieth century Indian Modernist, and “Unfinished: Thoughts Left Visible,” which displays a wide range of art across many centuries in the non-finito (not finished) style.