Iconic Hippo Ballerina Returns to New York City at Flatiron Plaza through November 2019
Bjorn Skaarup's iconic Hippo Ballerina previously at Dante Park, across from Lincoln Center in 2017
By: Cavalier Ebanks Galleries
Inspired by Degas' Little Dancer Aged Fourteen (https://en.wikipedia.org/
"I think a fun way to revitalize themes from art history that have been forgotten lately is through animal allegories, because we are so used to that through animation and fables," said Skaarup.
"Standing over 15 feet high, Hippo Ballerina has found a happy home among New York's skyscrapers. Last seen opposite Lincoln Center in 2017, (https://www.smithsonianmag.com/
Visitors wishing to share the spotlight with Hippo Ballerina are invited to post photos striking their favorite dance poses in front of Skaarup's sculpture on their Instagram pages and tag @Dancewithhippoballerina.
For opportunities to acquire or exhibit Hippo Ballerina, or additional information or images please contact Anna Gillis at email@example.com or 212.570.4696.
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