Posts tagged: public art
Yet another angle on Katharina Grosse's new Public Art Fund Commission, Just Two of Us (through September 14, 2014), which I recently reviewed.
There are innumerable great vantage points from which to enjoy Katharina Grosse's new Public Art Fund Commission, Just Two of Us (through September 14, 2014), which I recently reviewed.
Yet another of the new Invader mosaics in New York City, this one on Bowery at Spring Street.
Barnett Newman's “Broken Obelisk” (1963) at the Menil Collection.
Quite possibly my favorite of the recent Invader mosaics in New York, this one at the corner of Bowery and Delancey Street.
A relatively new Tripel stencil on Van Dyke Street in Red Hook.
Another of the many new Invader mosaics that he put up earlier this week around the Lower East Side; this one’s on the southeast corner of Delancey and Essex streets. Unfortunately, he was arrested by the NYPD on Wednesday night.
Another of Invader's new tile pieces in New York City, this one next to the Landmark Sunshine Theater.
One of the new Invader mosaics that has turned up in New York City this week, this one on the façade of the New Museum.
Part of Katharina Grosse's stunning new painted, sculptural installation at MetroTech Center for the Public Art Fund, Just Two of Us (through September 14, 2014).