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    Carsten Holler Experience Exhibit Draws Large Crowds To New Museum


    Carsten Holler Experience Exhibit Draws Large Crowds To New Museum




    Carsten Holler Experience Exhibit Draws Large Crowds To New Museum




    Carsten Holler Experience Exhibit Draws Large Crowds To New Museum




    Carsten Holler Experience Exhibit Draws Large Crowds To New Museum




    Carsten Holler Experience Exhibit Draws Large Crowds To New Museum




    Carsten Holler Experience Exhibit Draws Large Crowds To New Museum


    A visitor to the New Museum walks through the [Carsten Holler: Experience], exhibition at the museum on December 14, 2011 in New York City. The show, which has been called an art world amusement park, includes a 102-foot slide that corkscrews down from the fourth floor to the second; an installation of flashing lights that is supposed to make you hallucinate and a sensory-deprivation tank that is meant to resemble the Dead Sea. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)


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Carsten Holler Experience Exhibit Draws Large Crowds To New Museum


Carsten Holler Experience Exhibit Draws Large Crowds To New Museum




Carsten Holler Experience Exhibit Draws Large Crowds To New Museum




Carsten Holler Experience Exhibit Draws Large Crowds To New Museum




Carsten Holler Experience Exhibit Draws Large Crowds To New Museum




Carsten Holler Experience Exhibit Draws Large Crowds To New Museum




Carsten Holler Experience Exhibit Draws Large Crowds To New Museum


A visitor to the New Museum walks through the [Carsten Holler: Experience], exhibition at the museum on December 14, 2011 in New York City. The show, which has been called an art world amusement park, includes a 102-foot slide that corkscrews down from the fourth floor to the second; an installation of flashing lights that is supposed to make you hallucinate and a sensory-deprivation tank that is meant to resemble the Dead Sea. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)


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