If you were a fan of Tatzu Nishi’s interior decorating style at the Discovering Columbus art installation at Columbus Circle this past fall, you can now literally take a piece home with you. The Public Art Fund is selling off furnishings from the exhibit that drew more than 100,000 visitors to Columbus Circle during the fall.
The inaugural IceFest On The Circle has been running outside the Time Warner Center for the past few days. The event’s description makes it seem like there’s nonstop action all day, but apparently it’s kind of hit-or-miss depending on what time you’re there. I’ve heard from a few readers who passed by and reported seeing [...]
Posted back in September about Discovering Columbus (with additional details added last month), the free and quirky art exhibition that allows visitors to climb 70 feet above Columbus Circle and hang out in a fully-furnished, 810 square foot “living room” that has been built around the 13-foot-tall statue of Christopher Columbus. Discovering Columbus was originally [...]
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The New York Times recently published a nice profile of artist Daniel Brush. The first “wide survey” of his work went on exhibit earlier this week at the Upper West Side’s Museum of Arts & Design. Mr. Brush is appearing in person tonight (Thursday, 10/18) to discuss his work in an informal conversation with MAD’s [...]
Posted last month about Discovering Columbus, a free and quirky art exhibition that allows visitors to climb 70 feet above Columbus Circle and hang out in a fully-furnished, 810 square foot “living room” that has been built around the 13-foot-tall statue of Christopher Columbus. WSJ writer (and native Upper West Sider) Ralph Gardner penned a [...]