Playgrounds at MoMA’s Century of the Child Exhibit

The MoMA playground symposium is now sold out, but if you can’t be with us take a look at the tumblr for the Century of the Child exhibit.  An object from the exhibit is posted each day, including plans by our hero Aldo van Eyck for sandpits and playground climbers (above) and the Sputnik inspired play sculpture by Zdeněk Němeček, originally installed in Stromovka Park, in Prague in 1959 (below).

One Response to “Playgrounds at MoMA’s Century of the Child Exhibit”

  1. Wanna Play!, Museum for kunst i det offentlige rum, Denmark, 2012 | Playscapes said:

    […] been great to see the attention given to play recently by museums like MoMA and the Carnegie Museum of Art,  and last year Denmark’s Museum of Art in Public Spaces […]

    May 18, 2013 at 5:19 pm

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