This afternoon, I sat down to a blank Google Chrome page after a long day, thinking of the universe of internet possibilities that were at my finger tips. Naturally, I ended up with Tumblr, Facebook, LOLcats, a sandwich shop’s website contemplating delivery, and the New York Times. I do have some redeeming internet browsing qualities. At the suggestion of one of my professors, I have found myself reading the critiques of famed art critic, Roberta Smith, habitually in the past few weeks. Her voice is very clear, no-nonsense, entertaining, and insightful. As one of the powerhouses of the Arts section of the Times, the topics Roberta covers are usually considered top notch. This week, I came across her coverage of a risque new exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum. Capturing the Body is her review of an exhibit featuring photography of the oldest subject of art on the planet, the human body. With photos spanning from when photography first emerged in the 1840s/1850s until contemporary times, the exhibit shows new perspectives on something that we see daily: ourselves as little nudists unaware of our bodies’ own potentials for beauty. The exhibit is on display until September 9th. Come one, come all, and remember to not bring your children and those faint of heart.