Art is everywhere and for everyone. We saw this installation as we walked down the street one early morning in New York City. My husband and I were with our two sons, we had just left the hotel and already the grumbling had started “how far are we going to have to walk? will this restaurant have pancakes? I don’t want pancakes….” And then we all stopped and stared at this wall. It was eye catching and interesting. The kids loved what Philip Mortillaro had done with keys. Perhaps because keys are such a tangible and relatable object, the kids really appreciated that the artist had done something so cool with them. It was a great way to start the morning, a little art appreciation warm up before we headed to the Guggenheim to see the Picasso Black and White exhibit.