Sculptures at 888 Boylston Street, Boston.
Two of Steinunn´s sculptures have been installed in the recently opened 888 Boylston Street office tower in Boston. The sculptures, INTERMISSION II made of aluminum and volcanic dolerite rock and MAGMA II made of cast iron are in the lobby of 888 which is designed to connect the urban environment via connection to retail shops and restaurants.
The works were acquired by Boston Properties through art consultants Erdreich White Fine Art. http://erdreichwhitefineart.com
Photos: Anton Grassi
BORDERS moving to Baton Rouge.
Steinunn´s exhibition BORDERS will be opening the weekend of 1-2nd of April in Baton Rouge, Louisiana as part of the Ebb and Flow Art Festival which celebrates the region´s connection to the Mississippi River. It is made possible through the Baton Rouge Arts Council in partnership with Glassell Gallery and LSU School of Art. The sculptures will appear on the walking path along the levee and will remain for the next year. Baton Rouge will be the 6th venue for the exhibition. The installation was made from 2009 to 2011 and first exhibited in 2011 at Dag Hammarskjöld Plaza in New York City by the United Nations Headquarters. Since that time the concept has become increasingly symbolic in today´s agenda. http://ebbandflowbr.org
Photo: Murray Head.
Moment I in the City of Copenhagen.
The sculpture Moment I has now found a permanent home in the City of Copenhagen. It is sitting on a bench and following the traffic by the church wall of St Jacobs Church in Österbrogade. Thanks to Jens Peter Munk, Public Art Director in the City of Copenhagen and gallerist Jörgen Egelund. http://christofferegelund.dk/places-public-spaces