park avenue project

in new york city, along the park avenue medians, between 53rd and 67th streets, the cuban artist, Alexandre Arrechea, has set up his “No Limits” steel sculptures, which are based on new york architectural landmarks: the Chrysler Building, the former Citigroup Center, the Empire State Building, the Flatiron Building, the Helmsley Building, the MetLife Building, the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company Tower, the Seagram BuildingThe Sherry-Netherland hotel and the Thurgood Marshall United States Courthouse.  “No Limits” is a 10 sculpture site-specific installation, presented by the MagnanMetz gallery in chelsea, together with the city’s parks and recreation department and the Fund for Park Avenue sculpture committee.  Alexandre Arrechea has merged art and architecture in his “No Limits” installation.  the sculptures are an abstraction of these iconic buildings and render a dynamic and fluid interpretation.  merging art and architecture to offer no limits is a perspective just for thebestdressup now!

citicorp building. citigroup building, new york new york city, alexandre arrechea, the best dress up

Citigroup Center (former)

citicorp building, new york city, new york, citigroup building, the best dress up

flatiron building,new york city, new york, park avenue, alexandre arrechea, the best dress uo

Flatiron Building

flatiron building, new york, new york city, the best dress up

No Limits” will be on view until june 9, 2013.  these steel sculptures expose the landmark buildings in a different light for everyone to behold.  this is public art in the city at its best.  brilliant.  just the constructive view for thebestdressup now! 

About thebestdressup

ciao! thebestdressup is about being the best now in anything/everything and anywhere/everywhere. can this be possible? i will give it a heart and put my heart into it.
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12 Responses to park avenue project

  1. ledrakenoir says:

    Very interesting indeed… 🙂

  2. says:

    I am in NYC all the time- I will look – thanks!

  3. Janine says:

    I’m always in awe of New York. My aunt lives there. Wish I could see it more often. I love your posts about it

  4. ciao! thanks, i am in awe as well of the city. glad you enjoy my posts. new york offers much…and just impossible to grasp it all. i try to be satisfied with one experience at a time. 🙂

  5. afracooking says:

    Love the angle of your “vase growing building” picture

    • ciao! thanks. that’s the citicorp (citigroup-bank) building and it’s in a ‘spiraling top’ representing the fiscal crisis of our economy. i find this sculpture quite clever.

  6. Great Shots, I like them!

  7. soulofspice says:

    Live your pix, all of them esp the food ones are so elegant & Delish looking. And thanks sooomuch for stopping by.. Hope to read more about you, & please do come back to visit again..:) charu

  8. litadoolan says:

    I am so grateful you are sharing this public Art for me to enjoy as I will not otherwise see it! Awesome photographs. The pieces all work beautifully 😉

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