Art, Art, Art

Public art piece “Empire”, South-East entrance to Central Park

The rear end of a rapidly tarnishing gilded bronze of General William Tecumseh Sherman being painted by a none too friendly artist (as it turned out) with a straw hat, about to be cocooned by the spider-like public art piece by Eva Rothschild, entitled Empire. These public art intallations at the south-east entry to Central Park are made possible by the Public Art Fund, and are changed every six months or so.

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