The High Line park in the heart of Manhattan is asking the public to vote on the sculptures they want to see there in 2022 and 2024.
The gallery, known as Art Island, will tentatively make its debut in September as part of the new entertainment complex and “immersive bazaar” Area15.
It took artist Leandro Erlich two years and 330 tons of sand to create his largest work of art to date — a giant traffic jam, made entirely of sand.
“The Drinker” was set to go under the hammer on Nov. 19 as part of Sotheby’s Curated Contemporary sale, before being pulled out at the last minute.
The colossal piece, created by French artist Bernar Venet, is composed of two sweeping arcs that measure 60 and 20 meters respectively.
The toddler was wandering through the booth of the Matthew Marks Gallery when she accidentally bumped into a plastic sculpture.
A sculpture by American artist Jeff Koons sold on May 15 for $91.1 million at an auction organized by Christie’s in New York, a record price for a living artist.
The Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum and the Cube design Museum joined forces in “Nature”, devoted to design focused on sustainability.