NYC see has the most extraordinary pieces of public art in the world. One piece that has captured the imagination of the city is Jeff Koons’s Seated Ballerina, but she won’t be around much longer.
If you haven’t seen the 45-foot-tall inflated Seated Ballerina you either don’t use Instagram or you are severely agoraphobic. Koons’ sculpture has dominated social networks since she first took her seat at Rockefeller Plaza in May.
She will continue to watch out for the Rockefeller Center through until Wednesday, July 5, so there is little over a week for you to see the ballerina with your own eyes.
The Seated Ballerina was created in conjunction with Kiehl’s and the Art Production Fund in support of National Missing Children’s Month back in May. Thanks to a little pressure and the piece being so universally loved by the city and it’s tourists, she was given a reprieve from here original deflate date of June 2. Sadly all good things come to an end so make the most of this week before she’s gone for good!
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