… only there’s no “garden”…
Paving stones are uprooted and water is tricking in and around — is the maintenance crew working on a leak? No. This is the new art installation on the roof of the Metropolitan Museum.
The site is magnificent, nestled in Central Park and among magnificent New York skyline views, but this installation, which has no title, is dull.
In the midst of it all, there’s a large, unworked boulder of Manhattan schist, the stone that forms the familiar outcroppings in Central Park, and supports Manhattan’s skyscrapers. Some stone dust scattered around the boulder is said to have shaken off during the stone’s transport to the museum, and the artist chose to leave where it settles.