New York City boasts some of the world’s best museums, but the city that never sleeps has just added another beauty to its bounty of cultural hot spots. Following a three-year renovation, the Museum of the Moving Image in Queens has just re-opened its doors to the public, unveiling a sexy new green look. A renovation led by Leeser Architecture, the extensive makeover has breathed new life into the 1920s structure, giving way to a shimmering LEED-silver building.