Friday, November 6, 2015

Weekend Reflections


The "prow" of the triangular Flatiron Building,
where Broadway and Fifth Avenue intersect
at 23rd Street, is devoted to (always interesting)
art installations.  Currently featured are
hand-cut sculptures of iconic Manhattan buildings—
the work of the artist Christina Lihan.

[To see more Weekend Reflections, visit James's meme.]

15 comments:

  1. The triangular flatiron building has always fascinated me, and I think this exhibit would be highly enjoyable.

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  2. Whoa! Masterpieces. Not easy to do.

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  3. Whoa! Masterpieces. Not easy to do.

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  4. Outstanding! I love the way the inside and reflected worlds come together.

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  5. I like it! The ghosts of buildings and people..

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  6. This is amazing. I like the wording above about the ghosts of the buildings. That a great way to word it. Awesome post.

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  7. Great looking art installation, especially with the reflections you caught in your photo. New York is always an interesting place.

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  8. Looks like someone was so taken with the paper version of the Flatiron Building (as am I) that it is being hoisted and carried away. I almost wish I was outside the frame to the left to receive it.

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  9. That is cool. It looks like the building on the left is being carried!

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  10. super art and super reflection...I love that there are people in the reflection!

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  11. Cool reflections. Have a wonderful weekend.

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  12. Love the subject and the reflection.

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