Contemplating the Void

You may have seen images from Contemplating the Void already. The exhibit features the work of 200 architects, artists and other creative types, who all focused their attention to the central atrium space of the Guggenheim Museum in New York. My favorite entry, above, is by Neil Denari.

But what you may not know is that the Guggenheim is now having a contest open to anyone willing to agree to rather lengthy terms of use. There are more than enough details on Guggenheim’s Flickr page. The Guggenheim will pick five winners, who among other things, will win pretty impressive bragging rights. “Oh yeah, the Guggenheim picked me.” I’m looking forward to more submissions being posted to the photo pool, and if this even sounds vaguely interesting to you, you should do something and enter the contest.

It would be refreshing if other prominent museums would have competitions like this fairly regularly.

April 21, 2010