A new 10,000 pound robot sculpture standing 30-feet-tall named the ‘hill guardian’ of Marquette Mountain now watches over the snow covered trails.
Falon Mihalic’s ‘Meander,’ a series of raised cast-concrete troughs filled with glossy pigmented resin, mimics Buffalo Bayou’s physical form and route, giving park visitors a new view of the familiar body of water.
While in previous years the grounds have closed for the winter season, GFS will remain open this year providing a vital outdoor resource for the community.
Acclaimed Indigenous artist Bob Haozous has installed his newest sculpture – one that speaks to the various forms of racism.
“Dreaming Forms: Chihuly Then and Now,” the third Dale Chihuly exhibition in the history of Naples, FL’s The Baker Museum, helps celebrate the museum’s 20th season and its reopening to the public.
Pace Gallery presents Jean Dubuffet’s Le cirque (1970), a monumental sculpture occupying the entire first-floor gallery of Pace’s 540 West 25th Street location in New York, on view September 17 – October 24, 2020.
The sculpture, acquired from Gary Nader by J. Milton & Associates, brings a 30-foot artwork valued at more than $1.5 million to the City of Sunny Isles Beach’s Milton Tower.
Hudson-based contemporary artist Kris Perry’s monumental sculpture Mother Earth will install at Rockaway Beach (Queens) as part of the NYC Parks’ Art in the Parks program.
Ghanaian artist Joseph Tetteh-Ashong (born 1947), popularly known as Paa Joe, gives shape to the starting blocks of the Middle Passage at the High Museum of Art in Atlanta’s presentation of “Paa Joe: Gates of No Return.”
In June of 1964, floods ravaged the Blackfeet Reservation in Montana killing 31 people. It has been called the state’s worst natural disaster. The flooding swept Jay Laber and his family all the way to New Hampshire where they relocated after losing everything to the water.