World-renowned sculptor Carole A. Feuerman inaugurated One Exchange Plaza, 55 Broadway, NYC with the site-specific public art installation and solo exhibition, Perception. The exhibition is on view now through April 24, 2017 in partnership with Chashama, a non-profit foundation that partners with property owners to bring vibrant, artistic programming to spaces in NYC.
Feuerman’s solo exhibition showcases some of her most iconic works spanning over thirty years. Best known for her hyper-realistic sculptures, you get a glimpse of her command of other media such as her marble Relationship series that is being exhibited for the first time.This exhibition marks the debut of the Carole Feuerman retail collection, including gorgeous silk screened scarves, t-shirts, calendar books, and greeting cards with the proceeds going to the Chashama Foundation and the Carole A. Sculpture Foundation.
Feuerman has been honored with nine solo major museum retrospectives to date. Her work has been showcased in numerous exhibitions including the Venice Biennale, the State Hermitage, the Palazzo Strozzi Foundation, the Kunstmuseum Ahlen, the Archeological Museum di Fiesole, and the Circulo de Bellas Artes. She won first prize at the Austrian Biennale, the Florence Biennale, the 2008 Olympic Fine Art Exhibition, Best in Show at the Beijing Biennale, Best in Show at the Save the Arts Foundation as Museum Choice, and has also won a Peabody. One of Feuerman’s most recognizable pieces, “The Golden Mean”, can be seen in Riverfront Green Park overlooking the Hudson River and is owned by the City of Peekskill, NY. Her “Monumental Double Diver” is owned by the City of Sunnyvale in Silicon Valley, CA. Her sculptures are included in the permanent collections of 19 museums, and the private collections of the Emperor of Japan, President Bill and Hillary Clinton, Norman Brahman, the Caldic Collection, Mark Parker of Nike, and Malcolm Forbes, among others.
Feuerman lives in New York City and maintains two studios, one in Chelsea and the other at Mana Contemporary in New Jersey. On an ongoing basis, Feuerman’s work can be seen in selected museums and public and private collections worldwide.