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12 Outdoor Art Exhibitions You Can’t Miss This Summer

New York’s Public Art Fund tapped Danish artist Jeppe Hein for an installation of fountains, mirrors, and playful benches to populate Brooklyn Bridge Park. Through April 16, 2016, at Brooklyn Bridge Park, Brooklyn;

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These mirrored benches by Japanese firm Mount Fuji Architects Studio sit beneath cherry trees at the Towada Art Centre in Japan

View full picture gallery of Maison Des Chutes-Lavie

Anish Kapoor - a miniature earth created by a mirror. Decoration via vanity's normal path. Sublime

Please Touch the Art – “Labyrinth NY” Installation by Jeppe Heine in Brooklyn, New York City » Retail Design Blog

Cloud Gate: Your Scene

Cloud Gate, a public sculpture by Indian-born British artist Anish Kapoor, is the centerpiece of the AT Plaza in Millennium Park within the Loop community area of Chicago

Maze of Mirrors Mesmerizes Visitors Inside Sydney's Hyde Park

Maze of Mirrors Mesmerizes Visitors Inside Sydney's Hyde Park - My Modern Metropolis

In Brooklyn, They Want You to 'Please Touch the Art'

Brooklyn Bridge Park | "Jeppe Hein: Please Touch the Art"

he New York City Waterfalls. Public Art Fund, in collaboration with the City of New York, presented The New York City Waterfalls, a major work of public art by internationally acclaimed artist Olafur Eliasson (b.1967, Copenhagen, Denmark). The exhibition of four man-made waterfalls of monumental scale was on view June 26 – October 13, 2008 at four sites on the shores of the New York waterfront: one on the Brooklyn anchorage of the Brooklyn Bridge; one on the Brooklyn Piers, between Piers 4…