Have you seen Brooklyn’s grandest example of Public Artwork? It was built on a framework designed by our fellow artists, Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux. They felt that social reform could be achieved through art. Nobody is aware it exists. Development may eclipse it. http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/d/d2/Arch_and_EmpireSB_-_Grand_Army_Plaza_Brooklyn.jpg
The Empire State Building is framed inside and bisects Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Memorial Arch. http://www.rfkessler.com/coincidenceColor.pdf
Protecting and promoting this work-in-progress, begun before the Civil War ended, is now up to today’s artists. We can raise public awareness and save this massive and unknown Public Artwork. If you can, forward the links to artists, politicos, media and civilians – Thanks - Richard
It opens My world, there most be some expirience been in front of your work, photos tell me you got some to say and you say it, that most be peacefull, and not very común as I see it, I like it , I´ll be glad to see more ..
good meeting you last night or was that another liz?
0H10M1ke's F1rst 1000
609 Grand St at L0r1mer
W1ll1amsburg, Br00klyn .
Opening Night: 12.14 from 5-9PM
Cincinnati-hailing Brooklyn artist 0H10M1ke completed 1000 drawings in one year. On 12.14 all images will be viewed as projected images, accompanied by an installation of hundreds of originals in collage form at Artland. December 14-January 10