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For Members: Artist and Curator Led Tour of B. Wurtz: Kitchen Trees, New York City

Date/Time

Oct 7, 2018
11:00 AM until 12:00 PM

Description

Join Aldrich alum, B. Wurtz, and Public Art Fund’s Associate Curator Daniel Palmer, for an artist and curator led tour of Wurtz’s debut Public Art Fund commission, Kitchen Trees. This playful exhibition temporarily transforms the civic space of City Hall Park with five imaginative arboreal sculptures. They appear to grow like an oasis around the park’s historic fountain, echoing its circular forms and the spray of its jets with a splash of whimsy. Their composition is poised between meticulous order and energetic spontaneity, just as they simultaneously mimic and contrast the natural flora nearby.

 

This tour is available to $250+ members. To RSVP, email Kris Honeycutt, khoneycutt@aldrichart.org, or call 203.438.4519, extension 125, by Wednesday, October 3.

Cost

Free to $250+ members

Location

View map City Hall Park
Broadway & Chambers Street
New York City, NY

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