To celebrate the 40th anniversary of its public art program, the New York City Department of Parks & Recreation presents 40 art installations at parks throughout the five boroughs. The outdoor exhibition is free and open to the public.
Monumental sculptures of sinuous root forms are part of Tobin’s practice of exploring and recreating nature. Nature’s transient forms, like plant roots, are translated by the artist into the vernacular of bronze—making reference to classical sculpture and comparing nature’s forms with human-made beauty.
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