New York City Ballet Art Series Presents: JR
Following the inaugural 2013 installation LES BALLETS DE FAILE, New York City Ballet was proud to collaborate with the French artist known as JR for the second annual Art Series. JR shared his Art Series installation — a massive trompe l'oeil rendering of an eye created with life-size photos of NYCB dancers on the floor of the Promenade and a large wheatpaste photo on the front windows of the David H Koch Theater. Following the inaugural 2013 installation ‘Les Ballets De Faile,’ NYCB was proud to collaborate with the French artist JR for the second annual Art Series. JR shared his Art Series installation – a massive trompe l'oeil rendering of an eye.
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