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One of my favorite things at my job is to occasionally see artworks in unusual or unexpected contexts. Our maintenance crews are currently cleaning several areas of the marble interior of Mr. Pei's East Building, and while they do so, some of the large sculptures are carefully (if inelegantly) protected from the consequential dust and cleaning product residues. The results seem like new, exciting artworks. Above is Max Ernst's wonderful Capricorn. Here's the best shot, maybe one of the most mysterious photos I've ever taken:
Pulling back for context:
And here's Isamu Noguchi's Great Rock of Inner Seeking:
And before anybody says anything, yes, I've heard of Christo.