Have You Visited THE ART OF THE BRICK in NYC Yet?Nadia Carriere
In June, the world’s biggest display of LEGO brick art opened at Discovery Times Square. If you haven’t visited THE ART OF THE BRICK exhibit yet, now is the time as January 5, 2014 is the last day you’ll be able to check out this super cool display.
Contemporary artist Nathan Sawaya has constructed creative one-of-a-kind art pieces that are sure to inspire any LEGO lover. Some of these include a T-Rex dinosaur skeleton, a life-size sculpture of a man ripping his chest open and over 100 more. You’ll also be able to check out 50 replicated art pieces inspired by some of history’s most famous works of art.
Want to visit what CNN named as one of the Top 10 “must see exhibitions” in the world before it’s too late? You’re in for a treat! Last week, the designer revealed a new sculpture of the World Trade Center on November 20th as an addition to the many pieces of art on display.
THE ART OF THE BRICK at Discovery Times Square is open seven days a week and will run until January 5, 2014 runs until January 5, 2014. For ticket pricing, hours and additional information, visit Discovery Time Square.
Photo credit: Discovery Times Square
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