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In their performance piece Hotel Empire: The New York Crossing, Laurent Boijeot and Sébastien Renauld moved portable furniture and bedding—here set up in Times Square—about five blocks every day.
Perception, eL Seed’s massive Arabic calligraffiti mural in Cairo, is visible as a whole from only one place: a Coptic church in a cave on Mokottam Mountain. The artwork was intended to open a dialogue about the Zaraeeb, a little-known community of Coptic Christians who are master recyclers.
An unconnected rotary phone provides a place of solace to speak with lost loved ones | Itaru Sasaki, Ōtsuchi, Japan.
In Sydney, Australia’s Garden Palace, Jonathan Jones’s installation barrangal dyara called attention to lost Aboriginal history with 15,000 white replicas of Aboriginal shields, a meadow of native kangaroo grass in the center, and a soundscape of youth speaking eight Aboriginal languages.
The International Award for Public Art is more than a prize—it’s a chance to gauge what’s powerful in the field, from one end of the globe to the other.
The city believes that the colorful mural, a highlight of the new downtown Memorial Park, will be an iconic landmark for both residents and tourists.
A Thai American curator, arts organizer, and educator, Heuring is working with Forecast on a variety of public art commissioning projects.
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