The Last Three

Art, New York Art, Outdoor sculpture
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The Last Three by Gillie and Marc

There are only 3 Northern White Rhinos left on earth, and their horns are worth more than gold, ivory, diamonds or cocaine. We’ve poached these marvelous creatures to near extinction, and most people don’t even know about it.

Australian artists Gillie and Marc want to give the world a chance to say goodbye, and raise awareness through an interactive art installation unlike anyone has ever seen before – the world’s biggest rhino sculpture is unveiled in the heart of New York City on March 15, 2018.

While people were seeing The Last Three, they were talking about this white rhino.

It is too late to know but we still have time to save other rhinos.

This art work is very sad but great in terms of getting public awareness.

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Linda Benglis show at Storm King Art Center

Art, Outdoor sculpture

I went to Storm King Art Center to see Linda Benglis : WATER SOURCES.
It was first time me to go Storm King Art Center. It is located only one hour north of New York City, in the lower Hudson Valley, where its pristine 500-acre landscape of fields, hills, and woodlands provides the setting for a collection of more than 100 carefully sited sculptures created by some of the most acclaimed artists of our time. This is a huge beautiful sculpture garden. It was a really nice day trip from New York City. I enjoyed sculptures in natue.

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Lynda Benglis: Water Sources is the first exhibition centered around the outdoor water fountains that the artist has been developing since the early 1980s. More broadly, this presentation takes as its point of departure the interest in water and landscape that Benglis has explored throughout the last thirty years of her career.

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Puddle, pothole, portal at Sculpture Center, Long Island City, NY

Art, Museum

Puddle, pothole, portal at Sculpture Center, Long Island City, NY

Sculpture Center was celebrating their newly expanded facility and opening of Puddle, pothole, portal.

There were a lot of people. It was a fun Opening Reception and Community Day. Children enjoyed art works as well as adult visitors. The size of the show was just right. It was neither unsatisfied nor overwhelmed.

I love their building, – a former trolley repair shop built in 1907 according to their home page. Specially their basement floor! Narrow tunnel like space is good for site specific piece. I felt as if I was in ghost house. The works they showed basement floor were matched in their space.

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