It was the interaction of this boy with his hat and Pindell's artwork that took me on a momentary detour to my normal touring track at MOMA, New York's Museum of Modern Art. I walked from room to exhibition room many times before with my eye trying to pierce the meaning of the art on the walls. This time I stumbled on a new way of traveling through the museum. It wasn't the beauty of the paintings, it was the way I saw how others appeared to connect with the art. They became my inspiration for the day. They gave me the ability to transport my imagination to places I'd never been to before, creating my own narratives on the people in front of the art.
SHOPPING FOR ART
It had been two hours since her last text. Mark waited twenty minutes at Montmartre before he tried to text back, "Where are you?"
Robert Doisneau, photographer
Represented by Staley-Wise, New York City