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Walking to the sky * Jonathan Borofsky

 

Walking to the sky * Jonathan Borofsky

Walking to the sky * Jonathan Borofsky

Walking to the sky is an installation created by artist Jonathan Borofsky. That exists since 2004 and it was already placed in various cities of the world.  This installation has many sculptures that give the impression that they are walking into the sky.

Walking to the sky * Jonathan Borofsky

The sculpture consists of a 100-foot-tall stainless steel pole facing the sky. And the most curious in this instalation are the nine human sculptures that include man, women and a little girl. They are painted life. These sculptures are arranged in a way that feels like you are walking towards the sky , while others are on the ground looking at the other to rise.

Walking to the sky * Jonathan Borofsky

“A celebration of the human potential for discovering who we are and where we need to go”, says Jonathan Borofsky.

Walking to the sky * Jonathan Borofsky

Walking to the sky * Jonathan Borofsky

Famous for his public sculptures, ‘Walking to the Sky’ is part of Borofsky’s huge body of work like the ‘Molecule Man’ or the ‘Hammering Man’.

About the artist Jonathan Borofsky
Jonathan Borofsky is an American sculptor and printmaker who lives and works in Ogunquit, Maine.
Borofsky’s art sought to interconnect minimalism and pop art.
Jonathan Borofsky’s most famous works, at least among the general public, are his Hammering Man sculptures.

Walking to the sky * Jonathan Borofsky

‘Molecule Man’ and ‘Hammering Man’

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