The campus of the Pratt Institute is not only a great place for students to study but also a public park and sculpture garden. About 60 sculptures are placed on the campus in Clinton Hill, making it the biggest sculpture garden in NYC. The artworks of artists such as Mar di Suvero, Ann Son or… Read More NYC. Brooklyn. Clinton Hill. The Pratt Institute. Sculpture Garden.
[this sculpture park in cologne is located in the stammheim neighborhood and therefore a little bit off the beaten track. cologne’s other sculpture park is located on the other side of the rhine river, next to the zoo and botanical garden. both are equally awesome and worth a visit, at least in my opinion.] more… Read More germany. cologne. sculpture garden stammheim.
[i visited the sculpture garden last week, while i had some days off and played tourist in my hometown. the park’s exhibit gets rearranged every two years; right now kölnskulptur#6 is on view, consisting of almost 50 artworks.] the park cafe with michael sailstorfer’s “hoher besuch-köln” (2009) on top and hubert kiecol’s “acht helle” (2011):
from left to right: jaume plensa “overflow”; joel shapiro “untitled” and claes oldenburg & coosje van bruggen “safety pin” robert indiana “love, red blue”: george rodrigue “we stand together”: elisabeth frink “riace warriors, I, II, III, IV”: george segal “three figures and four benches” rona pondick “monkeys” and in the background: louis bourgeois “spider”: kenneth snelson… Read More sculpture garden. new orleans.