Monday, July 27, 2009

BWAC's Outdoor Sculpture Show Opens in DUMBO

Windwave by Maximilian Pelzmann

The Brooklyn Waterfront Artist Coalition's (BWAC) 27th annual outdoor sculpture show opened this weekend at Empire-Fulton Ferry and Brooklyn Bridge Parks in DUMBO.

The title of the show is “Abundance," and the sculptures are abundantly scattered throughout the waterfront parks. The press release says:

"Since the financial world seems to be focusing on the lack, this show points out that the bottom line provider, planet Earth, still provides for the people; the same way it did before the big financial crisis. The show focuses on work that is made from materials that are abundant; not scarce and expensive like a precious metal but rather plentiful or left over from something else."

Untitled by William Brayton

Make sure you get to DUMBO before the show closes on September 5th.

Artists include:

William Brayton, Adam Junior, Miggy Buck, Yasmin Gur, Matthew Burke, Judy Thomas, Kirstin Campbell, Ursula Clark, Kevin Kelly,

Nova Mihai Popa, Martin Springhetti, Oscar Garcia, Sarah Haviland,

Jarett Hawkins, Cathrin Hoskinson, Michael Ritchie, Bernard Klevickas,

Corrina Mensoff (The Friendship Project), Steven Kroeger,

Maximilian Pelzmann, Tyrome Tripoli, Eric Von Arx, Summer Yates

Photos by MK Metz
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