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Saturday, October 29, 2011

Free in NYC Today-The Conan O’Brien Art Exhibit

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The Conan O’Brien Art Exhibit
Do you support Team Coco?  In celebration of Conan O’Brien and his talk show returning to NYC for one week next month, The New York Museum of Conan Art (or the Coco MoCa) is now open. 

The Coco MoCa is a temporary art gallery located on the 2nd floor at The Time Warner center at Columbus Circle. The gallery features fan-art inspired by the cartoonish muse that is Conan O’Brien. The installations are diverse in style and medium, hilarious, and in some cases, show some real talent. 

The free exhibit also features audio commentary by O'Brien & co-host Andy Richter, various giveaways, and “The Conan Loveseat Experience” which is apparently, “a giant robot couch that moves around, gives you a photo and more”. Just another sample of the surreal lunacy that is the trademark Team Coco humor.

When: Now through Thursday, November 3rd – 9:00 AM- 9:00 PM
Where: The Shops at Columbus Circle, 2nd Floor
Cost: Free 
Category: Museums, Art Gallery, Comedy, Pop Culture, TV Shows, Surreal Sculptures
Good For: Groups, Shopping, Visitors to Central Park or Lincoln Center

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