An exhibition at the Children’s Museum of Manhattan stages installations “to reinvigorate connection”

A two-story structure wrapped in murals, a surrealist arrangement of fragmented house interiors, and a neon pink cove furnished with an arboreal sculpture are among the installations on view—and ready for hands-on exploration—at the third iteration of Inside Art: Create, Climb, Collaborate at Children’s Museum of Manhattan (CMOM).

Presented on the ground floor of CMOM’s current (but not forever) home on the Upper West Side, the exhibition comes following two years of pandemic-forced isolation and social distancing, with children eager to socialize and interact “in a physically immersive environment, free from ‘distancing tape’ and other traditional barriers,” as David Rios, CMOM Director of Public

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