Frieze Talks: Pedro Reyes in conversation with Brett Littman and Meg Webster
3 May 2019
Pedro Reyes will join Brett Littman (Director, Noguchi Foundation and Sculpture Garden) and artist Meg Webster in conversation at Frieze New York on Saturday 4 May, from 5pm.
Brett Littman, chair of the forthcoming Frieze LIFEWTR Sculpture Prize, talks with two artists renowned for their sculptural work in public spaces, across New York City and beyond, about the particular possibilities and responsibilities created when artists work in the public realm. Pedro Reyes' works Jaguar and Seer (pictured) are currently featured in Frieze Sculpture's first NYC presentation. The works can be found inside at 30 Rockefeller Plaza, set in front of Jose Maria Sert’s mural 'American Progress' (1937).
LIFEWTR Talk: Out in the Open: Sculpture in the Public Realm
Frieze New York
For more info visit www.frieze.com
Image: Pedro Reyes, Nocturno, 2019, Tezontle stone
65 x 65 x 10 cm, 25 1/2 x 25 1/2 x 3 7/8 in