Liu Bolin Hides in New York


Liu Bolin never ceases to amaze us! The talented artist continued his Hiding In New York series on Greenwich Street at the Tiles For America location dedicated to 9/11. Arrested Motion was on the scene to capture Bolin while he stood there for hours as his assistants painted him seamlessly into the fence which held tiles that represent the victims of 9/11. Bolin will open his solo at Eli Klein Fine Art in New York later today.









Photos taken by Joe Russo
Eli Klein Fine Art

via [Arrested Motion]



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