Artist Enrique Cabrera unveils El Toro de Oro in NYC’s Meatpacking District

 

 

 

El Toro de Oro by Enrique Cabrera, at Gansevoort Meatpacking NYC. Photographer Credit: Alejandro Jimenez

Installed on May 5th (Cinco de Mayo), El Toro de Oro adds to May’s plethora of art exhibition during Art Week, with the opening of the Whitney Biennial, TEFAF and NYCxDesign, followed by VOLTA, FRIEZE, and The Photography Show.

El Toro de Oro is the artist’s 8th bull in a series. However this is the only bull created for outdoors. The bronze sculpture sits atop a wooden, butcher-block type pedestal ~ an ode to the rich history of the district in which it is installed.

El Toro de Oro with artist, Enrique Cabrera, at Gansevoort Meatpacking NYC. Photographer Credit: Alejandro Jimenez

Enrique Cabrera’s El Toro de Oro can been found in front of the Gansevoort Hotel located at 18 ninth Avenue between Little West 12th Street and 13th Street, and will be on view through Labor Day, 2022. The installation is  with support from the Mexican Consulate of New York.

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Also of interest, The Whitney Biennial 2022is currently on view, TEFAF From May 6-10 at Park Avenue Armory; NYCxDesign from May 10-20; Annual Madison Avenue Spring Gallery Walk, May 14; VOLTA, My 18-22 on West 22nd Street, FRIEZE at The Shed, May 19-22 and The Photography Show (AIPAD), May 20-22 + more.

While you’re in the Meatpacking District, don’t miss ARTECHOUSE’s new installation, ‘Life of a Neuron’ at Chelsea Market, and the fabulous new public rooftop at Pier 57 (at 15th Street in Hudson River Park), as well as Little Island (Pier 55) and David Hammons: Days End on Pier 52.

 

 

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