Artist Designs ‘Living Room’ For Busy NYC Intersection

Artist Designs ‘Living Room’ For Busy NYC Intersection
Design

Tatzu Nishi has built a structure more than 6 stories up that encloses the Christopher Columbus statue at Columbus circle and features couches and a TV.

Emma Hutchings
  • 21 september 2012

Japanese artist Tatzu Nishi’s first public project in the U.S. focuses on the historical statue of Christopher Columbus in New York. The marble statue, design in 1892 by Italian sculptor Gaetano Russo, is over 75 feet high atop a large granite column.

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