Archinect was kind enough to point us over to Slate, which was helping to celebrate the MoMA‘s 78th anniversary yesterday by posting twenty of amazing photos taken through the years of people at the museum. Capturing moments of both we regular joes at the museum and famous people mingling, the collection jumps around the decades and features the work of a handful of famous photographers, from Cartier-Bresson to Eve Arnold, which itself should probably be expanded and put into a museum somewhere. Is there anywhere better than a museum to watch people?
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