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  • Photograph: Lauren Foy

    The New York Museum of Conan Art (NYCocoMoCA)

  • Photograph: Lauren Foy

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    The New York Museum of Conan Art (NYCocoMoCA)

  • Photograph: Lauren Foy

    The New York Museum of Conan Art (NYCocoMoCA)

  • Photograph: Lauren Foy

    The New York Museum of Conan Art (NYCocoMoCA)

  • Photograph: Lauren Foy

    The New York Museum of Conan Art (NYCocoMoCA)

  • Photograph: Lauren Foy

    The New York Museum of Conan Art (NYCocoMoCA)

  • Photograph: Lauren Foy

    The New York Museum of Conan Art (NYCocoMoCA)

  • Photograph: Lauren Foy

    The New York Museum of Conan Art (NYCocoMoCA)

  • Photograph: Lauren Foy

    The New York Museum of Conan Art (NYCocoMoCA)

  • Photograph: Lauren Foy

    The New York Museum of Conan Art (NYCocoMoCA)

  • Photograph: Lauren Foy

    The New York Museum of Conan Art (NYCocoMoCA)

  • Photograph: Lauren Foy

    The New York Museum of Conan Art (NYCocoMoCA)

  • Photograph: Lauren Foy

    The New York Museum of Conan Art (NYCocoMoCA)

  • Photograph: Lauren Foy

    The New York Museum of Conan Art (NYCocoMoCA)

  • Photograph: Lauren Foy

    The New York Museum of Conan Art (NYCocoMoCA)

  • Photograph: Lauren Foy

    The New York Museum of Conan Art (NYCocoMoCA)

  • Photograph: Lauren Foy

    The New York Museum of Conan Art (NYCocoMoCA)

  • Photograph: Lauren Foy

    The New York Museum of Conan Art (NYCocoMoCA)

  • Photograph: Lauren Foy

    The New York Museum of Conan Art (NYCocoMoCA)

  • Photograph: Lauren Foy

    The New York Museum of Conan Art (NYCocoMoCA)

  • Photograph: Lauren Foy

    The New York Museum of Conan Art (NYCocoMoCA)

  • Photograph: Lauren Foy

    The New York Museum of Conan Art (NYCocoMoCA)

  • Photograph: Lauren Foy

    The New York Museum of Conan Art (NYCocoMoCA)

  • Photograph: Lauren Foy

    The New York Museum of Conan Art (NYCocoMoCA)

  • Photograph: Lauren Foy

    The New York Museum of Conan Art (NYCocoMoCA)

  • Photograph: Lauren Foy

    The New York Museum of Conan Art (NYCocoMoCA)

  • Photograph: Lauren Foy

    The New York Museum of Conan Art (NYCocoMoCA)

  • Photograph: Lauren Foy

    The New York Museum of Conan Art (NYCocoMoCA)

  • Photograph: Lauren Foy

    The New York Museum of Conan Art (NYCocoMoCA)

  • Photograph: Lauren Foy

    The New York Museum of Conan Art (NYCocoMoCA)

  • Photograph: Lauren Foy

    The New York Museum of Conan Art (NYCocoMoCA)

  • Photograph: Lauren Foy

    The New York Museum of Conan Art (NYCocoMoCA)

  • Photograph: Lauren Foy

    The New York Museum of Conan Art (NYCocoMoCA)

  • Photograph: Lauren Foy

    The New York Museum of Conan Art (NYCocoMoCA)

  • Photograph: Lauren Foy

    The New York Museum of Conan Art (NYCocoMoCA)

  • Photograph: Lauren Foy

    The New York Museum of Conan Art (NYCocoMoCA)

  • Photograph: Lauren Foy

    The New York Museum of Conan Art (NYCocoMoCA)

  • Photograph: Lauren Foy

    The New York Museum of Conan Art (NYCocoMoCA)

  • Photograph: Lauren Foy

    The New York Museum of Conan Art (NYCocoMoCA)

Photograph: Lauren Foy

The New York Museum of Conan Art (NYCocoMoCA)

In a city that boasts MoCCA, MoMA, MoMI, MoCADA and MAD, let's all just agree that NYCocoMoCA is the best museum acronym ever, okay? (Good, let's move on.) It's short for The New York Museum of Conan Art, a free exhibit of Coco-inspired art in the Shops at Columbus Circle. What's our favorite you ask? It's a toss-up between O'Brien as Van Gogh, King Kong or Zeus.

The free exhibit closes on November 3, and since tomorrow is supposed to be wet, that seems the perfect opportunity to check it out and snag one of the natty NYCocoMoCA T-shirts to become the envy of your friends.

Coincidentally, our fave talk show host hits town next week to celebrate the first anniversary of his TBS gig, Conan. If you weren't able to nab tix to that show's tapings at The Beacon Theatre, definitely tune in, if only for the sure-to-be-awesome cameos from Coco's NYC pals.

The New York Museum of Conan Art (NYCocoMoCA), The Shops at Columbus Circle, 10 Columbus Circle at 59th St (212-823-6300, shopsatcolumbuscircle.com). Daily 9am--9pm, through Nov 3; free.

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