you may remember i wrote about going down to philadelphia to see this performance of the cunningham dance company performance and exhibit of cage, johns, rauschenberg and duchamp.
during the weekday it’s not really crowded except for school children on an education outing.
but on to the show, as i said it wasn’t that crowded but a nice crowd that filled the bleachers we sat on
but here is one of my favorite dancers of all, tucked away in a gallery waiting your discovery.
which we discovered on our way to see the Duchamp’s Large Glass in gallery 182.
oh that’s a passing patron. one of my favorite things to do when i visit this gallery is to capture people in this piece. to get to this gallery one passes so many wonderful things and delights to the eye. i hope you visit this museum it’s really worth the trip to Philadelphia.
oh and don’t forget to see the west entrance wall painting, A wheatfield on a summer afternoon by Marc Chagall or the photography galleries on the ground floor. a lovely day of wandering around the place as if it was your own. or visit their web site at http://www.philamuseum.org/
we had a late lunch early dinner at the Good dog bar in downtown philadelphia, the food was ok but nothing to rave about.