As if by magic elements of the landscaping begin to take shape at the Pinnacle Lot on a former empty lot near the world famous — and still intact —Atlantic City Boardwalk at Martin Luther King Boulevard and Pacific and Kentucky avenues.
Entertainment center, east coast gambling mecca, budding resort destination, home to the famous (and intact) boardwalk and more, Atlantic City, NJ adds another description as public arts booster with the unveiling of a new arts park in two exhibition sites. These photos from site 1 ("Pinnacle") on a former empty lot at the world-famous Atlantic City Boardwalk at Martin Luther King Boulevard and Pacific and Kentucky avenues highlight some of the works visitors can interact with and enjoy (for free from dawn to dusk) including:
- Landscape design by Balmori Associates
- Words by Robert Barry
- A Woman and Deer by Kiki Smith
- And a Pirate Ship by Ilya and Emila Kabakov
- Art curation by Lance Fung Collaboratives
ARTLANTIC: wonder is "almost" there, as attested by photos taken this week. Watch out for the big unveil this Friday at the Pinnacle site near the world famous Atlantic City Boardwalk at Martin Luther King Boulevard and Pacific and Kentucky avenues. And how about that pirate ship rising before your very eyes. Get your booty down to AC and check it out.
As these photos attest, ARTLANTIC: wonder is taking shape at what we dubbed the Pinnacle Lot sitting on aa former empty lot near the world famous Atlantic City Boardwalk at Martin Luther King Boulevard and Pacific and Kentucky avenues. The picture with the barrels above? Shiver me timbers, those are the contents of the pirate ship! You'll have to come to Atlantic City, NJ to see it in person. Fabulous. Official unveiling of this exhibition site is Friday, November 9, 2012, with an official preview at 2:30pm. Join the festivities.
Shiver me timbers! ARTLANTIC: wonder will explode into the art world with an "unveil" on November 9th. Here are a few items you'll find in the Kabakovs' pirate ship. Please: no smoking.