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An Artlog staff member attended last night’s L&M Arts gallery opening reception, filled with glass and steel sculptures by renown French contemporary artist Jean-Michel Othoniel. This large scale spiral piece has no strings holding it up to the ceiling… what?!
If you’re in NYC, find out more and visit this exhibition. Also, people are raving about his show at the Brooklyn Museum called My Way, which is on display until December 2nd.
Have any interesting images to send? Submit them to us!

An Artlog staff member attended last night’s L&M Arts gallery opening reception, filled with glass and steel sculptures by renown French contemporary artist Jean-Michel Othoniel. This large scale spiral piece has no strings holding it up to the ceiling… what?!

If you’re in NYC, find out more and visit this exhibition. Also, people are raving about his show at the Brooklyn Museum called My Way, which is on display until December 2nd.

Have any interesting images to send? Submit them to us!

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    That’s really cool…and I’m assuming it’s possible because of where its center of balance is.
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    this is so kool
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    Cool
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    This is awesome.
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