20. Mutations on The High Line
Radamés “Juni” Figueroa Mutations: La Deliciosa Show
Mutations, a group exhibition on the High Line explores how boundaries between man and nature are defined, how they are crossed, and even obliterated. The twelve installations that make up this exhibition, run from West 12th Street to West 26th Street. In addition, visual artists will hold musical performances as part of Radamés “June” Figueroa’s piece, La Delicious Show.” Mutations will be on view to March, 2018.
The High Line will also unveil the installation, “Hop, Skip, Jump, and Fly: Escape From Gravity,” by artist Sheila Hicks in early June. This large-scale commission will be located at the Western Rail Yards section of the High Line, with the fiber installation spanning more than 650 feet, beginning at 30th Street. “Hop, Skip, Jump, and Fly: Escape From Gravity” will be on view through March, 2018.
While there, check out Darren Bader, Chess: Relatives, which will be on view to April, 2018 under The Standard.
“Giantess” by artist Sascha Braunig, part of Mutations on The High Line