Strolling The Sculptures Of Midtown Manhattan

We recently teamed up with the fabulous Sofia Gauthier-Richardson from cosmoArteTV, a Spanish channel that takes you behind the scenes to experience the best of the best in the NYC art world.  From gallery openings and art fairs, to street art and exclusive interviews with artists, Sofia is the it-girl in NYC’s art scene, and we love staying up-to-date with all the happenings in her weekly videos.

For this week’s edition, we explored some of the famous sculptures that adorn the streets of Midtown Manhattan.

Make sure to subscribe to cosmoArteTV for Thursday dates with Sofia, your own personal curator into the vast sea of New York City art!

Ciao, ciao!

 

xx,

Jess

 

 

 

 

16 Comments on “Strolling The Sculptures Of Midtown Manhattan

    • Aww, your so sweet;-) I know, I always feel like I almost know all the bloggers I read on a regular basis, even though I’ve never met them, and some live on the other side of the world! Fun to follow the adventures, though!

    • Thanks Michelle! It’s such a great sculpture, right?! I kinda love Love, too:-)

    • Thanks Rebecca!:-) Yes, Midtown has a lot of fabulous nooks and crannies that are often overlooked.

  1. She sounds like an Argentinian. How fun!! Calder hung a mobile in the Pittsburgh airport when I was kid..I always loved it.

    • Oh, she is! Good call, Pamela! And yes, Calder is just great, we had lots of fun exploring his work.

    • Thanks! It was a super fun collaboration, we’re looking forward to future projects!:-)

    • Thanks Stevie! And yes, Midtown is very well known for its fine shopping establishments!;-)

    • Sofia is always absolutely stunning! And the key difference between the 2 arts not so much the style, but the time they were produced. So modern art refers to artistic works produced in the period beginning in the 1880s and ending in the 1970s. Contemporary art follows modern art, beginning from 1970s to now and ongoing. Hope that helps!;-)

    • Aww, thanks fellow New Yorker!:-)