The view was well worth the detour. I was a chilly March day so there were only a few people walking around the park. I was able to have a nice walk along the American side and capture a few pictures before I continued on my way to the museum.
I finally made it to the museum and was able to secure one of the last tickets to the last viewing of the exhibit.
Since I had a little time to wait I wandered around the rest of the museum. I was impressed by some of the more famous paintings that were in their permanent collection – such as an enormous Rothko and a Frida Kahlo.
One of my favorite exhibits in the museum was a still life set up in a common area with several chairs set around it with the instructions to draw a piece of art inspired by the objects in the still life. It was so much fun to watch people of all ages and skill levels come and create. The quick sketch I drew is to the right.
I went on the last viewing on the last day, so unfortunately I can’t recommend that you go see the exhibit. I will however be keeping the Albright-Knox on my radar for when looking for art exhibits to visit in the future.
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