GOT SOME EXTRA HELIUM ANYONE?

OR…THIS ART INSTALLATION MAY NEED TO BORROW!

“Jihan Zencirli will install thousands of compostable, biodegradable balloons in a series of installations in January and February – her largest project to date. The balloons will range in size from ten inches to ten feet, and will live inside NYCB’s home at Lincoln Center.  As Zencirli explains, “Balloons are only for a moment. They disappear and vanish. So rooted in my work is this reminder that you will only have this experience at this particular time. You’re here, you’re seeing it, you’re alive.”

Jihan Zencirli is a Turkish American visual artist, experiential writer and performance artist, creating under the moniker GERONIMO. Her interest lies in creating emotional and physical spaces that can break up the monotony of a day, connecting us to one another and bringing joy. She is most notable for her internationally regarded ephemeral sculptures located in public spaces, massive in scale and scope, and designed to be democratic in their availability.”*

And you don’t have to buy a ticket to the New York City Ballet, but you could, they are wonderful. The  NYCB will host FREE, open hours for the general public to view the exhibition February 17 through February 25 at the following times:    Mon-Fri 10 AM – 6 PM:  Sat 10 AM – 12 PM :  Sun 10 AM – 1 PM.

Wow…never know what’s coming in this great City!  Love it!

KAY’S NOTES:

IMPORTANT TO KNOW: The website will give you more information on this stunning exhibition . https://www.nycballet.com/artseries/

GOOD TO KNOW:  Lincoln Center brings us yet another FREE  wonderful event. This one is part of the New York City Ballet’s art series at the Koch Theater.

*Photo and excerpt  courtesy of NYCB website

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Author: Kay

I knew when I started my blog I wanted to reach out to seniors like myself. I wanted to share my stories and even be a bit of a tour guide on what I’ve learned and the fun I’ve had at famous and not so famous New York places.

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