I have no idea how long this pastel-hued NYC Skyline mural by San Framciso-based street artist Dirt Cobain has been up, but my guess is that it’s a couple of years old, based on its relatively decent condition.
This identifying banner sits at the west end of the mural, which covers the service door of a local business at the southwest corner of West 24th Street at Sixth Avenue.
Next time I walk by this street, I’ll try to a get photo from across the street, when business has its door shut.
If you enjoy looking at sculptures of dicks and phallus-shaped objects, then have I got an art exhibit for you! Sarah Lucas’s Nud Nob, up now at the Gladstone Gallery, features a series of large-scale bronze and cast-concrete sculptures displayed either on pedestals or installed directly on the gallery floor. Most of them look like penises. Just being serious. Continue reading Sarah Lucas, Nud Nob at Gladstone Gallery→
Japanese sculptress and wildly inventive contemporary artist Yayoi Kusama is currently exhibiting a variation on her large chrome balls sculpture installation known as Narcissus Garden over at Robert Miller Gallery on West 24th Street in Manhattan.
The delightfully reflective spheres are scattered across the floors of each room at the gallery and charm the viewer with their random (and yet not so random) organization.