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Alice Aycock unveils a suite of seven enormous sculptures in aluminum and fiberglass. Called “Park Avenue Paper Chase,” and stretching from 52nd Street to 66th in New York City, this public art project was inspired variously by tornadoes, dance movements and drapery folds, and will be in view until July 20, 2014. 
 Photo credit: Richard Perry, The New York Times (via  Public Art that Surprises and Fascinates | Greater Des Moines Public Art Foundation )

Alice Aycock unveils a suite of seven enormous sculptures in aluminum and fiberglass. Called “Park Avenue Paper Chase,” and stretching from 52nd Street to 66th in New York City, this public art project was inspired variously by tornadoes, dance movements and drapery folds, and will be in view until July 20, 2014.

Photo credit: Richard Perry, The New York Times (via Public Art that Surprises and Fascinates | Greater Des Moines Public Art Foundation)