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FIVE FOR THE HOLIDAYS: “SNOW,” A POEM IN FIVE PICTURES

December 23, 2010  |  Five for Friday
Five for the Holidays: “Snow,” a Poem in Five Pictures

Five for Friday, written by a variety of MoMA staff members, is our attempt to spotlight some of the compelling, charming, and downright curious works in the Museum’s rich collection. Since this Friday is a holiday for many, we’re publishing a day early. Inside/Out will return with new posts on Monday, January 3.

A poem in five pictures…

Happy holidays, everyone!

(From top: Paul Cézanne. Melting Snow, Fontainebleau. 1889–80. Peter Doig. Pink Snow. 1991. Hiroyuki Tazawa. Snow Grabber. 2001. Harry Callahan. Grasses in snow – Calligraphy. 1943. Barney Ingoglia. Rain Raises Fears of Flooding: Pedestrians in Times Square. January 25, 1978)

Comments

wonderful selection: different languages to express same concept, my favourite, grasses in snow, thanks for sharing beauty

I like your selection, wonderfull idea

a great mix of emotions like snow does!

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