One of my favorite artist of the moment, Dustin Yellin is having an amazing exhibition at the New York City ballet in the Lincoln Center. Yellin will exhibit 15 works created as part of an ongoing project that when finished will consist of 100 large-scale glass and mixed-media sculptures each weighing more than 3,000 pounds (and costing around $150,000). Yellin calls the sculptures, which resemble multi-dimensional human forms encapsulated in suspended animation, Psychogeographies, as they feel like maps of the psyche. The installation will be on display from January 20 through March 1 during all of NYCB’s 2015 Winter Season performances.
New York City Ballet will present the third installation of its acclaimed Art Series initiative. For the 2015 Art Series, NYCB has commissioned an installation from Dustin Yellin, the Brooklyn based artist and founder of Red Hook’s Pioneer Works. Yellin’s body of work, which includes paintings,
drawings, installation, performance and sculpture, has been exhibited in numerous museums and galleries
in New York, as well as internationally. More at www.nycballet.com
New York City Ballet is offering free, open hours for the general public to view this exhibition, fifteen works of a larger collection entitled “Psychogeographies,” on the following dates: Thursday, February 12 through Sunday, February 22 – Mondays through Fridays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Saturdays from 10 a.m. to noon; and Sundays from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.