Maelstrom Sculpture at the Met

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A maelstrom (or malström/malstrøm in the Scandinavian languages) is a very powerful whirlpool; a large, swirling body of water. What it is for your family? A modern art sculpture kids can actually touch.

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We checked it out last night on the Met's roof. From now until October 25,2009 take the kids to Roxy Paine on the Roof.

American artist Roxy Paine (b. 1966) delivered a 130-foot-long by 45-foot-wide stainless-steel sculpture, especially for the Museum’s Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Roof Garden. Kids will love it. Snacks available on the roof from 10 am until close.

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