Unveiled this past week is a new artwork at Lincoln Center’s David H. Koch Theater just in time for New York City Ballet’s winter season by J R, known large-scale public photography. This new site specific work will connect fans to their favorite ballet stars. It features more than 80 City Ballet dancers, roughly life size, on a giant photo laid on the promenade floor. Audiences can lie next to the photo to create some of their balletic poses. Read more here.
(Photo: New York City Ballet/Twitter)
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