Gallery: PHOTOS: Wolfgang Laib Spreads Pollen All Over MoMA’s Atrium

Each spring, flecks and granules of pollen dot the air and our clothes and smatter themselves across our windshields — their brilliant color unnoticed in such miniscule amounts.

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  1. Allie63 May 21, 2014 at 3:06 am

    Words fail me. So does inspiration. :/

  2. Mark Baylor September 11, 2013 at 3:24 pm

    If this passes for “Art”, I no longer question why people find a family trip to the Art Museum to be a waste of time. :(

    Pretty sure this is NOT what Da Vinci had in mind when he said “simplicity is the ultimate sophistication”.