Carmi is delighting the screen today with -
Live today, from the University of Minnesota campus in Minneapolis
The stainless steel pedestrian bridge crossing Washington Avenue.
If you were standing here and looked to the west you'd see -
The Weisman Art Museum
Frederick R. Weisman
and was designed by the
Frederick R. Weisman- was a Minneapolis native who became well known for his art collecting in Los Angeles and he died in 1994.
Sometimes called "Modern art museum"
It's situated on a bluff overlooking the Mississippi River at the east end of the Washington Avenue Bridge and is one of the major landmarks on campus.
This view is taken from inside the museum.
Catching a portion of the Minneapolis skyline in a window of the museum.
Trying to understand modern art is like trying to follow the plot in a bowl of alphabet soup.
The museum is a playground of curving and angular brushed steel sheets.
"When hope is not pinned wriggling onto a shiny image or expectation, it sometimes floats forth and opens." - Anne Lamott
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