I have been told that 350,000 to 500,000 people view the Flatiron Building in New York City... every week!
And it seems that a lot of them are taking photographs of the Hypergraphia cups installation in the Flatiron Prow Artspace.
Couple and Cups
Photo by Marc Dalio
I was astonished at the resulting collection. So many outstanding images! I love seeing the installation through the eyes of so many different people!
Coffee Cup Bokeh
Photo by Christopher William
I am especially intrigued by the night life of Hypergraphia. I have experienced for myself the jewel-like effect of the windows lit on a dark winter evening, but unlike the habits revealed in the time stamps of cell-phone wielding pedestrians, I have never lingered there between midnight and 6am.
Photo by Mark Abramsom
Photo by Osten Zen Design
In this post are just a few of my favorite night shots.
Coming up in 2012: a museum show of the best photographs of Hypergraphia in the Prow. More details to come, but if you took some photos of the installation in New York City, or know someone who did, be sure to send me a link: gwynethl(at)earthlink(dot)net.
Spread the word!
In the meantime, I continue to draw in the window during daylight hours, Tuesday - Saturday, 11am - 2pm through February 18th.
Photo by Richard Kranzler
Photo by Boy Culure
Photo by Danielle
Photo by Shoko
Fabulous shots Gwyneth! Love, love them all!ReplyDelete
All of this is so exciting. It's wonderful how so many zillions of people are seeing how improbably beautiful and fascinating this installation is. WOW!ReplyDelete