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Survival of Serena

Carole A. Feuerman’s super realistic sculptures have been art fair favorites over the past few years, and now everyone can enjoy her work thanks to the Parks Department. On the triangle where Lafayette, Cleveland Place and Spring Street intersect, the artist has installed a 7 foot long hyper-realistic sculpture of a swimmer resting.

Many painstaking layers of color and “water droplets” were applied to the bronze, making the sculpture actually appear wet- and making me wonder if I’d just missed a sudden downpour while I was in La Esquina.

The sculpture stays throughout the month (and we hope an extension) for Soho locals to enjoy, which will hopefully change my perception of that triangle, since it was formerly known to me as the place where I saw my first New York City corpse being hauled away.

Who: Carole A. Feuerman

What: Survival of Serena

Where: Petrosino Square, 60 Spring Street, 10012

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  1. This site was formerly known to me as the place I saw my first NYC corpse…Survival of Serena http://t.co/Jo6UVlNv via @artnerdnewyork

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