A partial view of El Anatsui's enormous and spectacular “Broken Bridge II" (2012) installation on the High Line.
Paola Pivi’s High Line Billboard, “Untitled (zebras)” (2012), came down yesterday, but it was one of the program’s best pieces to date.
Thomas Bayrle's “American Dream” (1970) might be my favorite High Line billboard installation to date.
Elad Lassry's photo installation “Women (065, 055)” (2012) is the latest High Line Billboard commission (through September 7).
J.R. has a huge new mural next to the High Line, “Brandon Many Ribs, Standing Rock Reservation, North Dakota.”
Thomas Houseago's headless giant, “Lying Figure" (2011), on the High Line (through March 14, 2013) is a nice counterpoint to the parallel exhibition of tiny sculptures.
Finally got a good shot of Sarah Sze's installation on the High Line, “Still Life with Landscape (Model for a Habitat)" (2011), on view through June.
The most photogenic sculpture from the High Line's new group exhibition, Lilliput (through April 14, 2013), Tomoaki Suzuki’s little hipster “Carson” (2012).
David Shrigley's depressive new commission for the High Line Billboard, “How Are You Feeling?" (2012), is on view through May 7.
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