Frieze Sculpture

April 25 – June 28, 2019

Frieze Sculpture is a major new public art initiative, presented at Rockefeller Center in partnership with Frieze New York and Tishman Speyer. April 25 through June 28, explore new and significant sculptures across the Rockefeller campus by 14 international artists including Goshka Macuga, Ibrahim Mahama, Joan Miró, Paulo Nazareth, Sarah Sze and Hank Willis Thomas, among many others. Frieze Sculpture is curated by Brett Littman (Isamu Noguchi Foundation and Garden Museum) and presented with world-leading galleries. Read about curator Brett Littman's process for selecting the pieces appearing in the show, and his ideas about how the work will interact with the environment of Rock Center.

Use this map to locate each sculpture.

 

Download the Frieze app and take the guided audio tour of Frieze Sculpture at Rockefeller Center, narrated by curator Brett Littman. Available for iOS and Android.

Family Programs for Frieze Sculpture 2019 with The Noguchi Museum:

Your Neighborhood: Public Art

  • May 26, 10:30 am-12:30 pm
  • Ages: 5-6
  • Material: Model Magic
  • Free

Families with children ages 5-6 are invited to join us for a guided tour of Frieze Sculptures at Rockefeller Center, and then make their own sculptures in response to their experiences. Led by Noguchi Museum educators, advance registration is required for this program. Register at Noguchi.com.

Figures: Strike a Pose

  • June 9, 10:30 am-12:30 pm
  • Ages: 7-11
  • Material: Wire
  • Free

Families with children ages 7-11 are invited to join us for a guided tour of Frieze Sculptures at Rockefeller Center, and then make their own sculptures in response to their experiences. Led by Noguchi Museum educators, advance registration is required for this program. Register at Noguchi.com.

 Get the Scoop: Stories and Art

  • June 23,10:30 am–1:30 pm
  • Ages 2-11
  • Material: Mixed Media sculptural materials
  • Free

Families with children ages 2–11 are invited to explore Frieze Sculptures at Rockefeller Center and to make art in response to their experiences. Led by Noguchi Museum educators, no registration is required for this drop-in program.

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