New York City Ballet Art Series Presents: Faile
FAILE, a Brooklyn-based artistic collaboration between Patrick McNeil and Patrick Miller created an installation titled ‘Les Ballets De Faile’ that was presented in two parts. The first, the epic ‘Tower of FAILE’ on the Promenade, was created for the 2013 Art Series, while the second, a completely new installation ‘FAILE Wheels,’ went on display during NYCB's spring season.
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