July visit to MASS MoCA: Photos

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Earlier this week, I checked out the latest installations at the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art. I haven’t been in just over a year and a half, so pretty much everything was new to me, save for Sol LeWitt‘s ongoing exhibit. You easily can spend all day there without feeling overwhelmed from “too much” art. It’s one of my favorite day trips to take and I highly recommend you make the trek if you haven’t been, or haven’t been in awhile. Additionally, on Thursdays this summer, the beer garden is open until 11pm – where drinks are served from the Chalet, an interactive work of art created by Dean Baldwin.

Be sure to check out MASS MoCA’s upcoming event schedule and hit the jump or click the photo above for some photos from my recent visit.

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