If you haven’t been down to Brooklyn Bridge Park in the last two weeks, you should go and experience Danish artist Jeppe Hein’s “Please Touch the Art”; an exhibit that will remain in place at locations throughout the Park until next April. There are many variations of his “modified social benches,” which invite sitting in different ways than to which we are accustomed, or in some instances, as in the photo, climbing.
Jeppe Hein’s “Please Touch The Art” at Brooklyn Bridge Park
By Claude Scales on June 1, 2015 3:49 pm in Arts and Entertainment, brooklyn bridge park, Fun, Visual Arts
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