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Running Paper Paint Necklace

Running Paper Paint Necklace

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Animal “cling rings” by Japanese artist Jiro Miura (“Count Blue”).

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Will Ryman

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Misaki Kawai—- “Love from Mt. Pom Pom”——

a current installation at The Children’s Museum

Massive fuzzy pink dog that is stuck between the pillars of the Museum

Children are encouraged to comb———

fun!——fun!——Fun!!!!——-FUN!!!!!!!

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Stilt-walking performances organized by Laura Anderson Barbata

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can’t get enough of lauren kalman But if the Crime is Beautiful….& Pearl

Composition with Ornament and Object is part ofthe ongoing project But if the Crime is Beautiful…. Consisting of fabricated and found objects combined with the body to produce sculptural compositions, these sculptures are then documented and exist as photographs. The objects used to make the compositions are installed with the photographs as as residue of the action.

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Rubber Band Man by Mette Sterre

We’re all composed of tiny parts, from atoms to experiences that shape who we are. And while electrons may be tying us together, it’s really rubber bands that keep us from flying apart in 6 million different directions. Mette’s rubber band body reflects our connection to the material world we ourselves created and put emphasis on, becoming the very things we made to hold us together.

Artist: Website / Photos by Ed Jansen

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beautiful pastel outfits, dancers, parade:  ‘Things That Cannot Be Seen Any Other Way’, an exhibition by Afro-Cubanist artist Manuel Mendive.

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Karyn Olivier, Doubleslide, 2006. Installation view, The Studio Museum in Harlem, New York. Steel. 7 x 25 x 22 feet.

Courtesy the artist and The Studio Museum Harlem.
https://sculpture-center.org/

Karyn Olivier, Doubleslide2006. Installation view, The Studio Museum in Harlem, New York. Steel. 7 x 25 x 22 feet.

Courtesy the artist and The Studio Museum Harlem.

https://sculpture-center.org/