Lincoln Center Presents: Aaron Curry: Melt to Earth

Melt to Earth is a part of Lincoln Center’s Public Art Program featuring 14 site-specific, monumental boldly colored aluminum sculptures by Los Angeles-based artist Aaron Curry around the Josie Robertson Plaza at Lincoln Center. A delightful site that is a must-see in New York this winter, the sculptures will be present until January 6, 2014. Use hashtag #MeltToEarth to join the conversation on social media! Enjoy the rest of my photos below.

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“Aaron Curry: Melt to Earth” Josie Robertson Plaza at Lincoln Center 2013 by Erin Hylton

"Aaron Curry: Melt to Earth" Josie Robertson Plaza at Lincoln Center 2013 by Erin Hylton

“Aaron Curry: Melt to Earth” Josie Robertson Plaza at Lincoln Center 2013 by Erin Hylton

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“Aaron Curry: Melt to Earth” Josie Robertson Plaza at Lincoln Center 2013 by Erin Hylton

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“Aaron Curry: Melt to Earth” Josie Robertson Plaza at Lincoln Center 2013 by Erin Hylton

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“Aaron Curry: Melt to Earth” Josie Robertson Plaza at Lincoln Center 2013 by Erin Hylton

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“Aaron Curry: Melt to Earth” Josie Robertson Plaza at Lincoln Center 2013 by Erin Hylton

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“Aaron Curry: Melt to Earth” Josie Robertson Plaza at Lincoln Center 2013 by Erin Hylton

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“Aaron Curry: Melt to Earth” Josie Robertson Plaza at Lincoln Center 2013 by Erin Hylton

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“Aaron Curry: Melt to Earth” Josie Robertson Plaza at Lincoln Center 2013 by Erin Hylton

Station to Station

A public art project made possible by Levi’s, Station to Station is a cool, innovative and striking project launching from Riverfront Studios in New York City on September 6th. It is a happening launching from East Coast to West Coast by train involving the topics of place, art, film, music and food. Artists, musicians and creative peoples will be involved with site-specific station and onboard events. Whether you are there or not you can participate in the events and add art to the experience through using the hashtag: #TrackSTS. The video above indicates the inspiration behind the “Road Trip”.

From New York City the train will stop in Pittsburgh, Chicago, Minneapolis/St. Paul, Santa Fe, Winslow, Barstow, Los Angeles, Oakland/ San Francisco between September 6th and September 28th with a wide variety of changing and dynamic artists, musicians and creative peoples. To follow the train and add to the experience, use hashtag: TrackSTS and go to stationtostation.com.

Watch here for information on the sold out launch of Station to Station in New York City: