New York City Ballet Art Series Presents: Dustin Yellin
Brooklyn-based artist Dustin Yellin brings a collection of his glass sculptures from the ongoing Psychogeographies series to New York City Ballet for the third presentation of Art Series, which welcomes contemporary artists to their Lincoln Center home. The works of incredible detail, which Yellin described as "humans trapped inside of microscope slides made up of cultural DNA," were on display throughout the winter performance period and at three special evenings during the season.
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