The Brooklyn Museum At Night

I was perusing various art and photo twitters this morning (since PopPhoto.com just set up a twitter of its own, which you can view here), and I came across this great picture taken by Amy Dreher on the Brooklyn Museum twitter. The museum has several bronze Auguste Rodin statues in the front atrium, and at night they get covered in plastic. It almost looks intentional, as if the silhouetted figure under plastic was itself the work of art. I love this image though because it confirms my childhood

I was perusing various art and photo twitters this morning (since PopPhoto.com just set up a twitter of its own, which you can view here), and I came across this great picture taken by Amy Dreher on the Brooklyn Museum twitter. The museum has several bronze Auguste Rodin statues in the front atrium, and at night they get covered in plastic. It almost looks intentional, as if the silhouetted figure under plastic was itself the work of art. I love this image though because it confirms my childhood belief that it would be very cool to wander around a museum at night.  —Lindsay Sakraida