Only 2 more days until our “Tony Feher” exhibition opens on Friday, May 24! Tony says of this colorful piece lining our Museum windows: “There’s nothing wrong with bringing beauty into the world.”
Formerly on view in the Sculpture Park: Breon Dunigan’s “Hearing Trumpet,” 2003. Do you remember seeing Dunigan’s 3 sculptures in Alice’s Garden?
Photograph by Bob Arcand.
The wall next to our staircase covered in found wooden object sculptures. From Leonardo Drew’s exhibition “Existed” in 2010.
Joseph Wheelwright’s sculpture is moving to a new location in the Sculpture Park - where do you think it will end up? By the way he’s blindfolded during the move, it seems like his new location will be a surprise even to “Listening Stone” himself…
A fantastic view of the Museum through Michael Hansel’s “Reflex.” Photograph by Bill Fenstemacher.
Beautiful tent set-up for our benefit gala, Party for the Park 2013. Thanks to MAX Ultimate Food for putting the event together!
MAX Ultimate Food catered our benefit gala, Party for the Park 2013, with these delicious treats!
Orly Genger’s 1.4 million feet of knotted rope for “Red, Yellow and Blue” just opened at Madison Square Park! We can’t wait for the work to loop around/through our Sculpture Park in October.