Our Friday afternoon snack reminds of Ugo Rondinone’s star paintings. #FoodAsArt #billysbakery photo @nogophoto
It’s #FashionFriday and Memorial Day weekend - break out the white!
image: Andy Warhol, Self Portrait in Drag. Polaroid 1981
Rainy at the rock. #UgoNYC #nyc #art #publicart (at “Ugo Rondinone: Human Nature” exhibition at Rockefeller Center)
We love seeing your images and descriptions of public art going on in your neighborhood, across the county, and around the globe. Please keep submitting posts, we might publish them!
Yesterday’s yarn-tastic post of LA’s latest public art is an excellent example of a submission we are likely to publish.
CAFAM Granny Squared by Yarn Bombing Los Angeles, May 15-July 1, 2013.
CAFAM Granny Squared is a ground breaking, temporary public art installation on Museum Row in Los Angeles, CA. Over 500 crafters from 49 states and 25 countries have signed on to crochet a total of 14,000 5inch granny squares, in order to cover the 3-story facade of the Craft and Folk Art Museum in oversized granny square and graphic elements.
Park goers enjoying the beautiful day and Oscar Tuazon’s People at @BklynBrdgPark photo @poekest.
♥ in the air (and rain) at #UgoNYC.
“Human Nature” by Ugo Rondinone is a project of the Public Art Fund. The artist installed nine colossal stone figures in New York’s Rockefeller Plaza between 49th and 50th Streets. The figures are between 16 to 20 feet tall and the largest weighs 30,000 lbs. And on this rainy day there was a gathering of the umbrella people among the stone giants.
Some of the #PAFstaff, celebrating @meganburns5000. Yay #birthday time! Yay #donutplant! W @jesseevan @micah_bozeman photo @nogophoto, art direction @kelliehoneycutt (at Public Art Fund HQ)
Werk!! Happy #FashionFriday via some Ugo-ing posing at #UgoNYC. photo @nogophoto (at “Ugo Rondinone: Human Nature” exhibition at Rockefeller Center)