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Tuesday, August 08, 2006

Asaf and Yo'ah

Public art is a great way to beautify our world and at the same time expose people to art who may not otherwise make an effort to see any. And when a work is somewhat unusual or provocative, it can draw people into the world of art/sculpture/architecture by stimulating discussions (e.g. the I.M. Pei pyramid at the Louvre in Paris). The sculpture in the photo, Asaf and Yo'ah, is at the Time Warner Center. The artist, Boaz Vaadia, is Israeli-born, and his works can be seen in art museums, galleries and public spaces around the world. Much of the his work is done in bluestone trucked in from quarries in upstate New York. Check out his website, which also features tours of his studio in Brooklyn, NY...

8 comments:

Claire said...

What a cool piece. I'm kind of loving public art at the mo, and this is really neat!

Cxx

Olivier said...

Une sculpture surprenante, merci pour les photos et les liens.

Olivier said...

si vous aimez le 'public art' il y a en ce moment une exposition d'oeuvres d'Alexander Calder au City Hall Park
voir
Alexander Calder in New York

Lisi said...

"the return of the mummies" , very cool shot

Anonymous said...

Great shot!

anne said...

Great shot and beautiful portrait! Very artistic :)

Brian said...

Thanks. The setting for this work was also very well done.

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