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Broken Bridge II, 2012 | Public Sculptures by El Anatsui | The High Line Park in New York
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Broken Bridge II, 2012 - Public Sculptures

Featured In The High Line Park, New York, NY

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Created by El Anatsui, this 37 feet high and 157 feet wide installation is the artist’s largest work to date. Titled Broken Bridge II, this work was made from recycled pressed tin and mirrors woven together that stunning passersby with its monumental scale and ethereal, intricate beauty. It can be found at The High Line Park.

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"El Anatsui (born 1944) is a Ghanaian sculptor active for much of his career in Nigeria. He has drawn particular international attention for his iconic ““bottle-top installations””, distinctive large-scale assemblages of thousands of pieces of aluminum sourced from alcohol recycling stations and sewn together with copper wire, transformed into metallic cloth-like wall sculptures in a way that can ““draw connections between consumption, waste, and the environment.”"