Isa Genzken’s Rose Sculpture at the New Museum

Posted November 15, 2010 at 6:27 am

Saturday, October 30 was the last day for “Hell, Yes” at the New Museum on the Bowery.  That morning, the rainbow-colored signage was deposed from the second floor ledge in anticipation of a new sculpture mount.  It had been in place since the arthouse opened almost three years ago to the day. But truth be told, we […]

Astor Cube Artist Tony Rosenthal, RIP

Last modified December 5, 2010 at 6:04 pm

[Photo via Betty Blade] Over the weekend, Tony Rosenthal, the artist who designed the Astor Place Cube (nicknamed Alamo), passed away at the age of 94.  The cube is an East Village icon, and still remains a magnet for stickers, post-ups, and other assorted graffiti.  However, the unique rotating sculpture is not exclusive to New York. […]