Here are the first three words of the U.S. Constitution—“We the people…”
There – collecting and constructing was Nari Ward
Shoelaces from the public. People from all walks of life.
Using what they gave him to make a huge statement about government and history and time.
About the Artist: Nari Ward was born in St. Andrew Jamaica and now lives in New York.
I took these photos at the New Museum, however; this mural can be found at the New York Historical Society.
I was on the school bus when I took this photo. It was at the red light and my students were singing songs and playing games and I looked out the window and saw this image…
It reads, When it Reigns, I’m poor- Mario
I took the two train and got off at 72nd Street and came across this sculpture of a falcon done by artist, Nicolas Holiber.
The art is apart of the Audubon Sculpture Project and the real name of the bird is a Peregrine Falcon.
It brings awareness to birds that are threaten because of climate change in New York.