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As soon as we heard that Isa Genzken’s “Rose” will replace Ugo Rondinone’s  “Hell,Yes” (2001) on the exterior of the New Museum … we immediately thought Photoshop!

Our little digital collage experiments suggest that fiction is often more exciting than fact.

A friend suggested that the New Museum leave Rondinone’s work on the roof and simply add Genzken’s piece. Hmmm … interesting idea. I would assume it would eventually look like colorful toys strewn across a child’s bedroom floor.

In any case, here are our suggestions for the new New Museum addition. And, as you can tell, our renditions aren’t exactly to scale.

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