Picture Lower Manhattan: Joie de Vivre by Mark di Suvero

07/20/2011 in

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Mark di Suvero’s Joie de Vivre never fails to bring the joy of life to Zuccotti Park.  Consisting of 70-foot-high open-ended tetrahedrons, the sculpture has defined the corner of Broadway and Cedar Street since 2006.  Di Suvero fans should know that the Storm King Art Center is presenting a free exhibition of his work on Governors Island every Friday through Sunday and holiday Mondays through September 25.  For more information click here. [Photo by Brian Di Feo]

Tags: Broadway, Cedar Street, Governors Island, Joie de Vivre, Lower Manhattan, Mark di Suvero, Storm King Art Center, Zucccotti Park

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