One of the most interesting exhibitions to date seems to take focus on one of the most mundane items in our everyday lives: tape.Â Korean-born artist Sun K. Kwak has taken simple black masking tape (not duct tape which binds the universe together) and covered what is near three miles of white walls in it.Â The creative Kwak has then shaped and molded the tape into vast, flowing murals that guide you through the Brooklyn Museum.Â Below is a shot of the beautiful imagery sheâ€™s managed to create using the black masking tape.
If youâ€™re in the New York/New Jersey area or youâ€™re looking for a reason to visit the Big Apple you should make sure to stop by the Brooklyn museum and see this event before the wonderful tape-art is taken down.
Location:Â 200 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn, New York 11238-6052
Telephone:Â (718) 638-5000; TTY: (718) 399-8440
Admission:Â Suggested Contribution: $10; Students with Valid ID: $6; Adults 62 and over: $6; Members: Free; Children under 12: Free
Hours:Â Wednesdayâ€“Friday: 10 a.m.â€“5 p.m.; Saturdayâ€“Sunday: 11 a.m.â€“6 p.m.Â Get detailed hours
Subway:Â Â 2/3Â Eastern Parkway/Brooklyn MuseumÂ Get detailed directions
*Location, dates, times, and directions taken from www.brooklynmuseum.org