Monday, June 25, 2012

"Survival of Serena" on Display at Petrosino Square

Video by Alvaro Corzo -

Carole Feuerman’s new painted bronze sculpture, "Survival of Serena," measuring 38"h x 84"l x 32"w, was first unveiled in Petrosino Square on May 20, 2012 located at the lively intersection of SoHo, Little Italy, and Chinatown (Lafayette Street, Kenmare Street, Cleveland Pl.). The beautiful piece is displayed in the northern corner of the park facing Spring Street, and will be on view through September 26, 2012. This exhibition was made possible through NYC Parks and Recreation and the sculpture is on loan courtesy of Jim Kempner Fine Art where another Feuerman sculpture has been exhibited (see previous post here.)


Javier said...


I love your blog. Everyday a new story from NYC to Madrid, the city where I live. A funny way to explore the everyday life of the city that I like the most.
Excellent work! ... keep on writing.

Noel Y. C. said...

Thanks, Javier. Do visit NYC again!