Relax under the Lumen canopy all summer long.
Each year, New York’s Coney Island turns into an outdoor museum of street art.
Over years, the small mosaic garden has grown to over 40 acres—and it’s still growing.
The kaleidoscopic projections will fete the iconic 1967 summer when hippies descended on the city.
“Fredric Jameson supposedly once said that it’s easier to imagine the end of the world than the end of capitalism, and making capitalism a ‘museum piece’ is partly an effort to help us do just that,”says museum co-founder Andrea Steves.
The dramatic sculpture highlights the threat of rapidly rising sea levels.
See tiny replicas of Manhattan, Stonehenge, the Louvre, the Panama Canal (it works), the Egyptian Pyramids, an Italian piazza, and the Great Wall of China at NYC’s Gulliver’s Gate.
“Paint me like one of your French girls.”
Using his fingers and paintbrushes, artist Nikita Golubev has been creating works of art on the dirt- and dust-covered vehicles of Moscow.