The more than 50 works on view in “Beyond Rodin: New Directions in Contemporary Figurative Sculpture” at the Rye Arts Center are intended to demonstrate a revitalization of the human form in art.
Art Fiend & Public Art: May 20, 2012 - Hyper-realistic sculptor, Carole A. Feuerman, along with New York City Parks & Recreation unveiled “Survival of Serena” at Petrosino Square Park in Soho. This will be the first of public art from artists to be shown temporarily in the public space. After the ceremony, all were invited back to Jim Kempner Gallery in Chelsea for an artist talk and a reception. MANA Contemporary Art had a truck going all over with Serena advertised on the side. “Survival of Serena” by Carole A. Feuerman / On view all summer: May 20 - September 23, 2012 / Petrosino Square Park on triangle near Spring Street along Lafayette / Nearest New York Subway: 6 to Spring Street
Carole Feuerman’s hyperrealist swimmer sculpture “Survival of Serena” (2012) is on view in Pretrosino Square in New York through September 23.
What the critics are saying:
Carole- FYI: Out of a total of 202 feature stories posted to Richard Friswell—-ARTES, yours is #1, with over 500 ‘reads’ per day from all over the world. Congratulations! Rick Friswell, author, publisher, art historian, writer
Annonomous: Your Carole piece IS the very best thing ever written about her.
Annonomous: I do think the article is FANTASTIC! Thank you.
What a spread! When I get back to the city I will send it around the world. I only wish that I had written it. Also, it should appear in her next catalog alone and not with any other essay. Hugs, E. ….., art critic, art historian, writer