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Small Is Beautiful: 5 Reasons to Go to the NYC Miniature Show


Alina Prikhodko

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Exhibition "Small Is Beautiful” won thousands of hearts of art lovers – 150 visitors from all over the world, to be exact. Miniature art helps us to better experience and understand the world by reducing its scale. "Small Is Beautiful" has received high reviews since opening in New York (4,9 out of 5 stars on Google). Secret nyc collected 5 reasons why you should visit this amazing museum (718 Broadway in Manhattan).

1. Art from around the world

The museum contains more than 130 works of art created by more than 30 artists from different parts of the world - from Europe and Asia to the Middle East and throughout the United States. Notable international artists include Samsofi and Minimiam from France, Vincent Ball from Belgium and Slinkachou from the UK. Also in the exhibition you can see the work of several artists from New York.

2. Feel the spirit of old school New York

Some of the coolest art has been created by Danny Cortez from Brooklyn. It draws on deep roots and nostalgia that all New Yorkers will appreciate. In the Small Is Beautiful Museum you can see: a small replica of an old apartment building, the famous Willie's Burgers restaurant in Harlem and the legendary music venue CBGB.

3. Discover the art of light and shadow Shadowology

Belgian artist and cinematographer Vincent Ball uses shadows to create captivating artwork. Ordinary objects are transformed into incredible works of art with the help of shadows. At the Small Is Beautiful Museum, you'll see how a potato peeler turns into a piano, scissors into a cowboy, a glass into a sparkling pool, and more.

4. Own Your Own Miniature Wonder

The Small Is Beautiful store inside the museum sells souvenirs based on some of the art, including Vincent Bal's Shadowology. Buy the Do It Yourself kit to create your own miniature art. The store has a huge amount of things that will allow you to create at home long after visiting the museum.

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5. Art through a magnifying glass

Small Is Beautiful is a space for a unique experience. Some of the pieces are so small that you have to look at them through a magnifying glass. Dive into this art requires time and patience for careful consideration. The experience of viewing and understanding these works allows us to feel the experience of the artist who spent time and effort to create them.

The Small Is Beautiful Museum is currently open and located at 718 Broadway in Manhattan. You can book a ticket at Online.

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