We got to see the Murakami Exhibit along with almost everything else. If I hadn't gotten a crappy night's sleep we'd probably had seen itall. We did make it through early and late Egypt, Japan, Korea, China,Cambodia, a bit of Africa and the stuff they have "In Storage/OnDisplay". It's kind of a small place but it was all really interestingand cool to see.

I found Murakami's stuff to be weird and fun but not as incredible assome other pop artists' work I've seen on the web. I did buy a pinversion of one of his ecstatic flowers, though (pic to come).

Pic above is the massive (and amazing) Murakami sculpture they had inthe lobby of the Brooklyn museum--very crazy but very neat, too.
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