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We finally made our way downtown to Gansevoort Street to see the Whitney Museum’s New Building. While there was a 35 minute wait to get in, it was worth it once we got to see the sunset over the Hudson and pinkish hues on the surrounding buildings at dusk. And of course the Archibald Motley paintings clearly inspired Zoe enough to get her drawing while there.

photos by Nick Lehoux from the Whitney New Building site:
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Calder's circus is here! a kid fave..

Calder’s circus is here! a kid fave..

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Nothing really beats getting to take on Manhattan on foot. We walked all around town this past weekend.. from Central Park to the High Line to Madison Square Park to see strange orbs filled with art. I am so happy the weather is improving – I can’t wait for more treks around the city.

What are you up to this weekend?

a French Bulldog in an uptown shop eats Ezra's hat

a French Bulldog in an uptown shop eats Ezra’s hat

our favorite stone slide is open again in Central Park

our favorite stone slide is open again in Central Park

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my little tree huggers

my little tree huggers

testing out hip seats in Vitra in the Meatpacking District

testing out hip seats in Vitra in the Meatpacking District

Standard Hotel at the High Line

Standard Hotel at the High Line

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Standard Hotel has some cool divider walls

Standard Hotel has some cool divider walls

taking the green elevator to the High Line

taking the green elevator to the High Line

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checking art at a Chelsea gallery

checking art at a Chelsea gallery

Zoe's face was painted by famous artist Kenny Scharf

Zoe’s face was painted by famous artist Kenny Scharf

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Gazing Globes by Paula Hayes

Gazing Globes by Paula Hayes

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