Art in Central Park

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Iran do Espírito Santo’s concrete Playground in New York

Iran do Espírito Santo has over the years managed to become one of the most fascinating contemporary artists not just in Brazil, but in the world as well. Today, he is primarily celebrated for his minimalist projects that cover issues of design, place, surface, structure and material. By using abstracted day-to-day objects, his installations assume […]

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Paola Pivi’s How I Roll – Air plane rotates in New York’s Central Park

For two months, a small airplane was rotating 24 hours a day in summer 2012 in Central Park, New York. Previous works by Paola Pivi have also featured large machines, including an overturned tractor-trailer and a helicopter placed upside down. How I Roll by Paola Pivi, situated at the Doris C. Freedman Plaza, marked the

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