|George Condo's "Constellation of Voices" @ Lincoln Center Plaza|
Before daylight savings time kicks in this weekend, we used the daylight to view some public art.
Our first stop was Lincoln Center Plaza to see George Condo's "Constellation of Voices", which is exhibited on the terrace of the Metropolitan Opera's facade. If you're intrigued by the sculpture's color, it has a 24-karat-gold-leaf surface.
|Untitled Estructura, 1966/2018|
Then we hopped back on the Downtown A to Chambers to see the Carmen Herrera: Estructuras Monumentales exhibit in the City Hall Park. The exhibit is Herrera's, who is 104-years-old, first large scale exhibition of her outdoor aluminum sculptures.
|Amarillo Tres, 1971/2018|
|Estructura Verde, 1966/2018|
|Angulo Rojo, 2017|
Carmen Herrera: Estructuras Monumentales ends November 8th.