I just came back from my trip to New York and Madrid. For the first 3 nights I stayed at the Bowery House: a former flop-house now turned into a stylish hostel. The rooms (cabins) do not have a ceiling and only thin walls but the price (~$75/night) and location are unbeatable. I loved their… Read More NYC. Recap & favourite Instagrams. May 2015 – Day 1-5
these are a few of the many little bronze sculptures of ‘the real world’, which are permanently installed within the nelson a. rockefeller park in lower manhattan’s battery park city. the real world – created by the controversial artist tom ottnerness – is also known as ‘penny park’.
what: 4 sculptures by john chamberlain where: outside the seagram building, park avenue and 53rd street when: until november 16 “PINEAPPLESURPRISE (2010), MERMAIDSMISCHIEF (2009), ROBUSTFAGOTTO (2008), and FROSTYDICKFANTASY (2008) are among the later sculptures that Chamberlain produced during his sixty-year career. Up to fifteen feet in height, the works on view are constructed from silver,… Read More nyc. public art. on view now. (september 2012 / part II)
mark di suvero – joie de vivre location: zucotti park, between broadway, trinity place, liberty street and cedar street, financial district about: “Mark di Suvero’s “Joie de Vivre” anchors the southeast corner of Zuccotti Park, located near One Liberty Plaza at Broadway and Liberty Street. The 70-foot-tall sculpture was donated to New York City by… Read More nyc. manhattan. public art.
the bowling green control house, … … entrance to one of manhattan’s oldest subway stations. fritz koenig’s “the sphere” and the eternal flame “the immigrants” sculpture by luis sanguino the statue of liberty during sunset a couple watching the sun set behind the statue of liberty the lights of financial district …heading back to bowling… Read More nyc. manhattan. an evening at battery park.
[this photo was taken in march 2012 – i took almost the same photo in october 2010. ]
overlooking ground zero from world financial center in october 2010.
lower manhattan seen from brooklyn heights. i had to take the picture. like everyone else. taken on the first day of my first trip to nyc.