The latest installation at the Museum of Modern Art lets you walk between the raindrops. Opened yesterday, the Rain Room utilizes 3D cameras to stop the rain where a body is detected. Originally debuting in London last year, Rain Room is Restoration Hardware's first purchase for RH Contemporary Art, a new arts business that RH will launch in September in NYC. It is on loan to MoMA for the summer as part of EXPO 1: New York.
In other news, Fast Company names the 100 Most Creative People in Business, and the oldest paint in the world will go on display. See the headlines after the jump.
• Walk Between The Raindrops At MoMA's New "Rain Room" | Gothamist
• The 100 Most Creative People In Business 2013 | Fast Company
• 1,100-year-old paint pigment to go on show at V&A | The Telegraph
(Image: Katie Sokoler / Gothamist)