11. The Metropolitan Museum of Art Roof Garden by Pierre Huyghe

Set against the sprawling scape of Central Park, the Metropolitan Museum of Art‘s Roof Garden Commission this season is meant to explore the transformation of cultural and biological systems through the gathering of components from the Museum’s own collection. No stranger to the MET or to this art form, Pierre Huyghe’s installation has no set floor plan, as visitors roam the zen-garden, overturned stone slabs, with a water tank set on a pedestal as if part of the City view. Weather permitting, the Roof Garden and installation will be on view through November 1, 2015.