The city is buzzing with news on outdoor art installations popping up for the spring and summer season. New York's own car-free oasis—Governors Island—is no exception for jumping on the creative public space bandwagon. On June 2, New York artist Jacob Hashimoto debuts two works:The Eclipse and Never Comes Tomorrow.
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The Eclipse, a piece comprising thousands of rice paper discs, is located inside the Cornelius Chapel. Never Comes Tomorrow, a whimsical outdoor piece made out of more than 100 wooden cubes and large steel funnels, is located in the Liggett Hall Archway.
Curious to see what these works look like? We have images below! You'll have until October 31 to check them out in person (in addition to all the other incredible things to do on Governors Island this summer).
Photographs: Courtesy Timothy Schenck