Tuesday, May 6: Artist Talk With Spencer Finch


[Rendering of Spencer Finch’s installation on the HIgh Line inside the Chelsea Market Space.]

Artist Spencer Finch will discuss plans for the public art work he’s mounting on the High Line at a FREE public lecture next week.  The piece, called “The River the Flows Both Ways,” will be installed where the High Line goes through Chelsea Market, and is made of 720 pieces of colored glass based on light conditions Spencer observed on the Hudson River.  It’s set to open along with the rest of Section 1 of the High Line by the end of the year.  Spencer will also be discussing some of his other projects.

Spencer Finch Lecture
Tuesday, May 6
Cedar Lake Theater
547 West 26th Street
(Between 10th and 11th Avenues)
6:30-8:00PM
FREE

RSVP for Spencer’s Talk


[Spencer Finch’s “Sunset,” (South Texas, 6/21/03), Fluorescent lights, filters.]

 

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Space Invader invades the High Line!

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This friendly space invader has already found a home on the High Line at the Northeast corner of 15th Street. He(?) has several relatives in West Chelsea and around town. There was a good Times article from this weekend on street art around the High Line and elsewhere in the city. Also check out the fabulous Streetsy for daily street art photos.