"I know New Yorkers are suffering with this winter. It fits very well now, at the moment. We want to have some spring." Olaf Breuning talks to Vogue.com about his newest work with us, Clouds, on view now at Central Park. Read more.
Some photos from our opening of Olaf Breuning: Clouds yesterday. Guests braved the cold and joined us for a preview of the work at 60th Street and 5th Avenue - and hot chocolate and waffles! See more here.
Get off of my cloud. Olaf Breuning’s Clouds now on view through August 24. Come by 60th Street & 5th Ave as we add some cheer to the winter sky. Make sure to tag your pics #PAFclouds.
Olaf Breuning’s Clouds are almost ready - exhibition opens tomorrow! Every day will be blue sky day at 60th Street and 5th Avenue.
photos: Micah Bozeman
See Lady Liberty in a whole (or, disassembled) new way. This May, we bring Danh Vo’s We the People to Brooklyn and Manhattan. Read all about our exciting new exhibition in today’s NYTimes!
Danh Vo, We The People (detail), 2011-13
Courtesy of the artist and Galerie Chantal Crousel, Paris
Installation is under way for Olaf Breuning’s Clouds. See it all come together next week!
We were pleased to bring The Orientalist to NYC in 2010.
The Orientalist, 2007. Bronze
Bhabha’s The Orientalist conveys ideas of exoticism, difference, and otherness. Equally primitive and futuristic, Bhabha’s figure theatrically poses as an ominous king or deity. Cast in bronze, it sits as an imposing relic from a fictional history, a regal air emanating from its polished geometric armour, molten death mask, and ethereal chicken wire veil. Humanised through exaggerated hands and feet and sympathetic cartoon styling, its powers waver between the comically surreal and portentously intimidating, drawing narrative suggestion from the loaded clichés of late night science fiction and horror movies.
Submitted by Jacqueline Ferrante to PublicArtFund.org
Did you know you can submit your own photos of our exhibitions to become part of our website? Just head to the User Uploaded Gallery of the exhibition’s project page and follow the instructions.
The public’s public art pics submission:
Sculpture in Bristol, UK.
We want to see the public art you’re seeing. It can be down your street or on the other side of the world. Head to submit, we might publish your image(s)!
And of course, we’d love to see your images of our exhibitions! Have you visited Just Two of Us in Brooklyn?