Gallery: PHOTOS: Tomas Saraceno’s Geodesic ‘Cloud City’ Floats Above th...

While we caught the installation in a little less sunshine than we would have hoped for, we can recommend bringing your sunglasses if you intend on making a visit between now and September -- the reflected light will be far from forgiving on the are
While we caught the installation in a little less sunshine than we would have hoped for, we can recommend bringing your sunglasses if you intend on making a visit between now and September -- the reflected light will be far from forgiving on the eyes. Rubber-soled shoes are also a MUST - visitors without them will not be allowed to climb the installation. A total of 15 people, including two Met monitors, can explore the sculpture at one time, and a viewing schedule will be put in place. The exhibit closes this fall, so don't miss out!

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