Gillie & Marc Invite You to Take a Seat at ‘The Wild Couch Party’ on Fosun Plaza in NYC!

 

 

 

Gillie and Marc ‘The Wild Couch Party at Fosun Plaza,, NYC. Image courtesy Gillie and Marc.

One of the most intimate experiences we share as humans is also the simplest, sitting down on the couch together and sharing time over coffee and cake. It’s a time where we can nourish, support, and enjoy time with each other, a time that is cherished by many families all around the world.

But not everyone gets to share this same level of love and support. The world is currently experiencing the 6th mass extinction. More and more beautiful creatures are being pushed towards the threat of extinction and the reasons can always be linked back to us, humans. We have moulded the earth to suit our needs, indifferent to the effects on the other living creatures who share our planet.

This public sculpture experience is an invitation to join the best party in the world. Expertly crafted in bronze, the couch is ready and the animals are already partying, all that is left is for the public to take their seats.

Take a seat at ‘The Wild Couch Party’ unveiled by Gillie and Marc on Fosun Plaza on June 9th!

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Patrons of Park Avenue (POPA) to Unveil ‘Travelers’ ~ Nine Monumental Sculptures by Bruno Catalano + Street Festival, May 18th

 

 

 

Bruno Catalano, Benoit, part of ‘Travellers” installation, May 2024

We thought it would be a rather hard act for the Patrons of Park Avenue (POPA) to follow after its 2023/2024 commission, Carole A. Feuerman: Sea Idylls. But we believe they have risen to the occasion with the 2024/2025 commission by French sculpture artist Bruno Catalano, unveiling ‘Travelers‘, a series of nine monumental works along the Broadway divide from 35th to 38th Streets ~ concurrent with an exhibition at Galleries Bartoux in Soho.

Bruno Catalano: Travelers will be on view on Park Avenue from May 18, 2024 to May, 2025. A celebration of the opening will be held on May 18th at 4pm on 38th Street and Park Avenue.

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‘Carole A. Feuerman: Sea Idylls’ Make a Splash on the Park Ave Divide in Murray Hill

 

 

 

Carole A. Feuerman, Justice, on 37th Street and Park Avenue

Patrons of Park Avenue (POPA) have made a big splash with its second art installation along the Park Avenue divide from 34th Street to 38th Street in Murray Hill. Carole A. Feuerman: Sea Idylls ~ a Monumental Exhibition of nine sculptures will be on view to December 10, 2023. Artist Carole A. Feuerman and Galeries Bartoux will hold a formal unveiling/ribbon cutting on Thursday, April 27th at 4pm at 38th Street and Park Avenue.

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Gillie and Marc unveil Ruth Bader Ginsburg Bronze in Brooklyn as part of Statues for Equality

 

 

 

Image via citypointbrooklyn.com

A bronze statue of the late United States Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg created by the sculpture artists Gillie and Marc will be unveiled in Brooklyn. the sculpture will be a permanent installation at the City Point development in Brooklyn, and was unveiled on March 12, 2021.

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Let’s Take a Walk in our Parks, Big & Small ~ and Bring Along Your 6′ Measuring Stick

 

 

Central Park

New York City Parks have a plethora of outdoor art installations throughout all five boroughs. It may come to pass that our City is put under a ‘shelter-in-place’ order. But in the meantime, a nice long walk and some fresh air and exercise might be good for mind and soul. Here are a few suggestions, keeping in mind that some of the installations are temporary, and coming to an end as soon as the end of this month.

Central Park

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