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Ugo Rondinone at Rock Center

This week, artist Ugo Rondinone’s massive stone sculptures took over one of NYC’s most famous plazas, putting the “rock” in Rockefeller Center. Called “Human Nature,” the exhibition is made up of nine colossal stone figures that weigh up to 30,000 pounds each! Soaring up to twenty feet in the sky, the Public Art Fund project makes the New York landmark feel a bit like Stonehenge.
Check out my review on Inhabitat!

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  1. […] has turned on her curator’s eye and curated a great show at FLAG, including a piece by Ugo Rondinone, whose oversize Stonehenge-esque statues you may have seen at Rockefeller Center all […]



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